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SOtti Y«ar No. 1 






SERIALS SECTIOlf 
VA StATE IIBRART 

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January 1, 1975 




City of Virginia Beach, Va. 



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By MAIT BCXIA 
te Staff Writer 

Acan^diDf to officials in 
tt* VlrgiiiA JB^ck UmOh 
'D^KVmmf. ttere is 
MO^ llyrt ^ person csb 
do to g^ rid of a hanc- 



Wt across the B«cb, 
Hew Year's revelers who 
imbibed a bit too mucb 
while' tbey were rineii^ 
ii 1975, will be miring 
np potions and scouring 
their medicine cabinets in 
the hopes of finding some 
remedy to ease aching 
hMds and tender stom- 
achs. 

To help out The Sun turn- 
ad to the eiperts - thepeo- 
jHe behind the bar - in an 
^rt to find out what, 
if anytbii^, a person can 
do the day after he paints 
the town red. 

Marilyn Clark, a bar- 
tender for El Greco Re- 
lAaarant on Laskin Road, 
recMDmends an old stand- 
by, the bloody Mary, with 
a twist: beat it op. "Hot 
btoody Marys are ex- 
eetort," she said, "es- 
pecially if they're spiced 
up" 



And although she's never 
tried it, Ms. Clark pass- 
ed on a remedy which she 
claims has French origin: 
'Take a brisk walk, eat 
a good breakfast and th«i 
liave a glass of wine." 

And for people who turn 
to steami^ coffee for re- 
lief, Ms. Clark urged them 
to eat a good breakfast 
without the coffee. "It's bad 
tor your nerves," sire ex^!. 
plained. "It'll wake you 
up, but you'll fee! jittery." 

But inveterate coffee 
drinkers who can't pass 
a morning without a cup, 
she suggests limitii^ it to 
one. 

A glass qt milk will 
settle a hangover, Ms. 
Clark said, and for 
drinkers nursing a beer 
iMBgover, one more beer 
in the morning will do the 
trick, following the old 
addage, "the hair of the 
dog that bit you." 

At The Fisherman's 
Reef, the lounge in the 
Sheraton Beach Ina, assis- 
tant manager William Hut- 
chens advises, "You have 
to fight fire with fire." 

(See HANGOVER, page 3) 




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bind businesses 



trirpBtt HMcas park- 
ta« rai|rtrcBe«ts for its 
bMfe te^Mss district 
■TM't wildat weU tor pe- 
dMMMHOriented opera- 
ttow wfetok don't have ex- 
tra mi mtate for park- 

Tte 4|Bestioo arose re- 
ewUy wtm eooBcUmeB 
muniati a ^vpoaal for 
tt AUn 1U1 ttait Rich- 
ta- BMuy Co., Inc. Plan- 
•Mi bet ween AtlaMic Ave- 
IHt and the boardwalk war 
IMStrwiA. 

ne Ctty CoMBcU defer- 
red At aiiU propraal tor 
OM weA, to give the ci^ 
tiiM to take a ctoser took 
tf its oa-^te pnrUng re* 
gntottons &»> Beach bus- 
UKfses, but ftaally ap- 
pftwed a UMe chaise tlut 
will aUow the developer 
to bniW a mall tor six 
Uauia in a glass-enclos- 
ed pedMtrtan walkway. 

However, the naU wiU 
hara to get parking re- 
(gixm^Bit waived by the 
BeM* Zoning B(»rd be- 
fore ttott^fV- 

Cooncllmaa RMwrt Cal- 
Uz, who originally ^nd 
for the d^vnl, UM The 
MtOBthelUttathepark- 
Hg reqtfr^Mrts shoidd 
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Tbe maU, like other 
beach-oriented businesses 
OB the dty's tourist strip, 
"wOl otter to people sto 
are qmiding tbe day at 
the beach" and who are 
likely to purehase goods 
M ti!9rfM, he said. 

He 1Mtt»nat the patt- 
ing T90tUmi^A doesn't fit 
the needs tor that type of 
faeslness tra^actton and 
it Aottld be diaaged, es- 



City looks at 
boating site 



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Uic laMKdd^ Itcilitiei. 

Cl^ MuM^r Gcwge 
HMbwy ^ttwOdi Con- 
di In H Moriitf i^aloa 
OMt VlrfiBla U wlUtog to 
pny BMt (rf tte (M»t tf a 
omstruetini a bMt Un- 
cfti^ site on tte Long 
Cr^ caMl i^ M Ma- 
Irie Street to IS Het, Tke 
pn^t imrid art 
$m,m, tentatr nW. 

(^nl <ta-«dg^ widdal- 
M> be neeessary. ud hn- 
tair MUte peraiH has 

boA h«t a* 1^ Csn- 
tntftoml." 
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e^ ^maU have to face 
from Maple 
vnktoitfs who say 
ttiw ^ji'*^ wnt traffic 
d^i^'tteir Hreti. 

britary reported that 
wMi tte ramp traffic esti- 
matrt show tte street 
wsoU have wbmA SOt ^rs 
atey. 

Tte ^[ures are "wiry 
iM^eMc^i" oM^ared to 
tnUt urn ^me otter n^ 
streM in m 
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peclally since most 4>as- 
Inessess is the Bracb 
Bm-oogh routinely turn to 
tbe B«ich Zoning Board for 
innaaees. 

But it won't be easy to 
write a law that does the 
job, Callis admitted. "It's 
difficult to administra- 
tively define every need ol 
tte city," he explained, 
"ao it allows us to meet 
a particular situation." 

Callis observed that if 
tte parking standard (one 
space for every EOO square 
fe^ (rf business s|^ee) 
were required of Roses, a 
laife Beach d^>artmait 
st(n%, tte end result would 
te an overabundance of as- 
^It. 

Tte councilman also 
warned that re(^rements 
in tte bmch area can be 
too restricted to tte point 
wtere land uses Mterthan 
motel and hotel operatitms 
are unfeasible, a situation 
Callis said be thiidcs is 
undesirable. 

"The beach if for every- 
one," be noted, not just tte 
h(4els and mrtels. "I'm de- 
lighted that tbe botels are 
ttere," te atkied, but there 
are needs for otter types 
<rf develcyment on tte 
teach, too. 

Parking requirements 
also differ tor hotels aul 
motels, Callis said, te- 
cause ttelr clients, and 
tteir cars, stay mernight. 

City Planner B<* Scott 
said tte parking regula- 
tions on tte dense t>each 
strijf have been a concern 
of tte Planning Depart- 
mai, too. 

M(»t tNislnesses teve to. 
get a variance, te lUted, 
and tte Plannii^ De{»rt- 
mmd is "ctnsta^y reom- 
stdering tte r€x^re- 
ffl«ts" tecause ct tteteck 
of space for parking ataag 
tte ocea^ront 

Planners also "<k«'t 
think it's possible to re- 
tain parioiig onsite,* te 
<*serfed, "and rrtain tte 
tfnosptere" (tf tte b^ek 
ar^. 

On tte (Mer teirf, tte 
traffic rangesHna^Oe 
ben^font is eriUcal, too. 
SeMt adiM, "Ttere isn't 
Mf tuf aMwer." 

Ow petsiMIi^ recom- 
mmttt to tte city's Pae- 
Mto Ml ttlHtlc Movi« 
kMfc ^dy 

M aMiMri pufeiag 






ity leaders 



msoMons 



PATlfE 





HAMilkUiiy 




J. CURTIS PAYNE 

Ibysr 

City of Virginia Beach 

"I hope to become better 
acquainted and informed 
about tte Freedom of In- 
formation Act. in 1975." 



GEORGE FERRELL 

Vice oHtyor 
City ol Virginia Beach 

"1 resolve to count my 
blessings aM see what God 
has doiw for me, and my 
bape for the pec^Ie in Am- 
erica is peace on earth, 
good will toward men and 
that ^ch me gives more 
tten te expected to re- 
ceive." 



GEORGE HANBURY 

Ci^ Ifana^r 
City of Vli«inia Beach 

"I hope for a long and 
teivy tenure with the city 
and to have a definite de- 
^re to te more respon- 
sive to tte citizens of tte 
city." 



RICHARD WEBBON 

Cl^ Clerk _ 
City of TirglBia Beach 

"I resolve wherever 
iwssible, to wteteverex- 
t^t possible, to make 
more dialled informa- 
tion concerting tte (der- 
ation of the city avaibble 
to the general p^^." 



JOE SMITH 
Sheriff 
City of Virginia Beach 

"My resolution would be 
to cmtiooe to improve tte 
etHciepcy of tte Steriff's 
Dqiartment and tte City 
Ml ttat wooU rettect a 
credit on t|e citizens of 
Virginia B^cb." 



JAMES SADLER 

King Heptone 

1»?4 Neptune FMtival 

"rm going to use wtet 
little influenece I teve to 
te sure we don't spend 
more a than we can take 
in, and I'd like to try 
to teve enotq^h seafood 
available so we can feed 
100,000 next year." 



JAMES FLETCHER 

PresIdMt 

Ctemter of Commerce 

City of Virgiitta Beach 

"I resolve to enjoy tte 
good life 1975 will sure- 
ly bring, to take any ad- 
versities in stride and to 
emphasize the positive." 



HARRY DIEZEL 

Fire Chief 

Ci^ of VirginU B^Oi 

"I teve two resolutions, 
two things I'm going to 
strive for in 1?75: 

• early warning firede- 
vices in Virginia Beach 
temes, to work with the 
community and show them 
the tenefit of these tbii^s; 

• to commit the indivi- 
dual comjmmes to active 
work and {articipation in 
commwity prbjects and 
awareM^ pn^rams, act- 
ually put ei^inecompanies 
into tte community and 
stew residents what equip- 
m«t we teve and what we 
don't teve, wtet they can 
do for ttemselves and what 
we can do for then. 

My personal resolution 
is tetter fire and rescue 
IHtAectioa for tte citizens 
et Virfinui Beach, to give 
them tte test ttet's avail- 
able anywtere." 



W.W.DAVIS 

PoUce Chief 

City of Vii^tnla Beach 

"I resolve to try terd- 



er. 



G. WILLIAM 
WHITEHURST 
n.S.CoBgress, l^rglnia 
Second District 

"1 resolve to make my 
50th birthday (March 12) 
as painless as possible." 



CAPT. R.A.BIHR 

Commaadi^ o^cer, 

Naval Amphiblons- Ifose, 

Little Creek 

"I resolve to: 

• convince everyone 
ttet tte Naval Amphibious 
Base is a success story, 

• telieve in wom^ dri- 
vers in siHte of wtet I 
see daily. 

• attach more credence 
to Channel 10 weather now 
ttet its forecast tes been 
tarned over to a compe- 
tent male, 

• continue to watch 
Ronda Glenn, 

• avoid all gritty issues 
lOcHudlng Virginia Beach 
sand, 

• not to dr«lge up any 
murky issues sucbasRud- 
ee Inlet, 

• not to give vent to such 
gut issues as Virginia 
Beach toilets, 

• [M>t to get excited over 
tte tc^less issue, 

• to detour away from 
such nitty issues as Old 
Donatioa Parkway, 

• maintain a balanced 
perspective and, above all, 
a smse of humor at a time 
when it is most difficult 
to do both, 

• and to seize all op- 
portoities to influence 
vi&ts ratter tten fume 
in frutratioD while events 
irilueoce me. 




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An editorkJ: 



New Year 

ushers in 
new outlod 



Now Year's 1975. 

The (Me has a niM ring to it, ihree- 
(imrters of a Mnfajry, twt M»nomiat« 
are indicting «iat ttie new year holds 
an even bleaker outlook «ian 1974. * 

Stai^lation, the combination of n- 
Mssion and inflation, it eating at the 
real income of Americara fwiuniAe 
enough to have jol>s, and as the nation's 
prodijctivity rantinues to decline, un- 
employment is expected to im;rease. 

Althwjgh tfie Tidewwtor area is blessed 
with stability brought in by federal 
employment, it is not immune from the 
M^nomic gloom overtakmg the cowrtry. 

As the nation recovers from rumblings 
of Watorgato andtheresignationcrfapre- 
sidant, it looks ahead to hard times that 
bring back memories of ttie GrMt De- 
pression. 

--— According to news commentator David 
Brif^ley, the big story in 1974 was not 
#»e dowirfall of a cornipt presidency, but 
the undermining of the Americwi dream. 

The average American family can no 
longer afford to buy a home, ttM major 
expectation of most citizens. 

Although most residential builders in 
2 Tidewator are completing projects, few 
I new housing starts are pl^np e d > ». v^ . 

Most fwnities cannot get mortgages 
to pwdiase homes, and nraney avail^le 
I to finance residential building has all but 
< dried up. 

Brinkley noted that for the first time 
:^ in history, Americans are looking ba^ 
: at a past more promising than the futore.- 
'; the traditional national optimism has 
•: wittiervd with a faltering economy. 

People y#io have not already invested 
in homes are, for ttte first time, facing 
ttiat fact that ttie (h'eam is out erf rmch. 

: It meam that Americans are going to 

: have to reassess their goals; it is a time 

: for soul-searching and some new per- 

: sonal priorrties. 

The American lif^tyle is underpMng 
extensive change. People M*e seeing ttie 
last of inexp«»ivefiMlandttw inefficient 
: sii^le family home. 

Instead of being a molHle society, witti 
: each family cloistered in its own su- 
burt>an shell, Americans may have* to 
look ai new alternatives and new (im- 
munities. 

The possibilities are endless: 
. centralized residerrtial areas where 
living (|uarters are closer to stores. 
" parks and en^iloyment. 

People may have to give up tfie dream 
of the neatly clipped front yard and seff - 
contained home in exchan^ for a dif- 
ferent t^^ of hcwne that wastes less 
heat, electricity and space. 

The changa may mi be all bad. As 
Anwricans have gotten more mobile and 
more isolated from one another, they 
haw lost ^ feeling of comnwntiy. 
Ecomxnic hardship mnd reevaluatitw of 
iMsic values could bring »>me of tfiat 
back. M.R. 



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? Timmie, a par- 
I akeet that thinks it's 
¥ a person, and C^ar- 
|. We. his four-lelgA 
-■' sidekick keep ^tS 
Mangol family of 
Daytona Drive, Vir- 
ginia Beach, amused 
with their antics. 

Though master 
Robert Mangot con- 
tinually reminds 
Timmie of his limit- 
ations as a bird, ttie 
. iMrakeet manages to 
I vie witt> Charlie for 
tlie run of toe house- 
hold. The pet chair, 
the dinner bowl and 
the livingroom has- 
sock are still shared 
propertiies. even 
th(jugh there are 
tinws when Charlie 
and Timmie just 
(ton't see eye to eye 
on wfio shares toe 
pedestal with whom. 
It is hardtoimagaine 
v*»t Charlie and 
Timmie resolve for 
tfiehtew Year, but we 
can almost bet enno- 
bling cagy, or should 
we? 




Sim photos by 
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New9 IMmfm 



Mayor pay luke urged 



Ttt Virgil^ Bmeh City CowcU viU ask tiie 
VIrgMs AsMnM]F Km- a ehtage !■ tte Citjr Ctarter 
tttt VMM glw Mayor J. Curtis Fa^w a ^000 
MHMd nlatv iacraaw. 

rwKllm«ii apprmred Uk acOoa aaxrianHlst M- 
fcwrtMa t^ftli' hMfiH. 

tayac. lAo prtMtly rec^vts H.MO a year, 
dascrm tte tacrMac, &^m<taf to DwnctlaM John 
■MB. "It's Mil a >wtrti,** fct amrt a J. *'t Aw'l 
atk aaost of Ike paHk reyi^ Oe Ubm tte Mayor 
kuUiwpeai miiejob." 

wmmA aoae taeMttn, Baaa aranwd. Oe Back 
"nay aw tte day vken *e hnt II eleeted ewacU- 
aita aid ae OM Mate to l« nayor." 

Duiag MM bsMlaf, Mly sm tmam rit ap to 
^Kak. itm Umm Qt MS Geeenl Ls^ Ito«i. ctt- 
i»tM to tt6 tocrcase "la U0t of econoBlc coa- 
fitiow." He said a OM-Oird laenase ia pay was 
"totally MjsstUtod." 



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f^^ti Btuk nay have ttotter Circuit Court 
J«dp ky Jriy 1. 

fte Vb^^ jnttcial coaMU. actt« oa a re- 
scMtoB dndlcd bf On Virgta^ Beack Bar Asao. 
ciatiaa latf Aagot, reconneaded ttat tke Ited Jn- 
mcM Clratft baa<* ta tke BwA be eqiaoded from 
five to all JediM. 

Goefal Oiririet Cewt Trafllc Jadfe Heory L. 
Lan, Svmm am DomMc Mattona Comt iwlge 
J!?**^ T Awauflj aad Bm:k athmwy Rdwrt 
CttMRvdl have beea neatkned as possMe caadi- 
dties in- ike e^-year posi. 



Scancf move o bargain 

Vlii^ia Baadi fonad an aan^actod baifaia wh^ it 
opaaed Uda lor a aaad kaalii« oiiera^oa to iiio^e 
aoaw 100,000 cnbic yards of saad fron a Ft. Story 
stoetiiile to tke beach. 

The lonst bidder, HS. BrassoMse, lac., offered 
to do tlie job ior |l.«5 t cubic jard. Two years ago 
Oe city paid $2.34 a cafaic jard tor siniiar worit. 

aty CoBacilam George Ferrell said he is afraid 
tke trmk kaater wl|l lose noaey oe tke <tol, but 
City Ifaaa^r Geor^ Haabary ^id no mistake had 
bece nade ia the calcalations. 

Com:ilnefi guMsed that the bidder, hit by delays 
ia Vid^da ro«f baUdiag, haaded ia the low bid to 
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^rH^t^ deferred 



A raqaest fnNn City Maaacer (ieorfe Haabary 
tor 1100,000 to hire aa arddteet to d«tii^ a coo- 
vwUoa ceMer was dderred bf Oe Virpida Beach 
CUy Ctmfil untU its DevelopneM Onacil nakes a 
fiaal raeonaMBtetioB of the |SJ niUioa project. 

Beach CoaacUnaa Robert CalUs said Oe CoucU 
WMlad to "*M where we stand fimnciaUy" before 
AelUag oat tie nooey for the coeverticm center 
atady. 

Butary iii«ed api>roval of the i^(|Bnt for tbe 
pn^ect. wUch he aald wmM htip briag ia revenw 
ia the *it»re. "We've got to find diversity tor oar 
tea baae aad briag ia otto- aosrees of r e veaae ," be 



A report bom tke Devetopoaeat CdudcU is et- 
pected la Febnnry. 



Sun seeks first baby 

The llrat baby bim ia Viiiiria Beack to 1«5 
i«l receive a wMe carria^-toad of wrtmt to 
111 taa'a am b^ eoateft. For detaUa, saepafe 
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The Sun. Ju. 1, 1975, - 



4 mU-eomater feoofc-qi is ka^itof VtrfiniaBetch 
-»~* 4Sm an l^lslatlw iMsims and committee 
- to Rl(Anond as veil as all l^tslatiou 
to the Janary stssiog of the General 



1B» mteB, «Ueii e(»ts tte city ^ a month. 
MH IQ em^ lof Ml* nlBBie of loi« distance 
WHtaw MOBnilcatieB pm Richmmd, works by 
««tt||« eomirt^ la Slctamd. 

Tit aesnge Is trtasteired thn^fh the telephone 
ItoM to a reaver te the MuIciimI Center. 

FibHc taiormatloB Director Sam Clay said the 
•CTvtet la avaUaUe fttr citisMs who have a bona- 
IMa tatei^t Is pefldtac legisUtlon. 

Tht City CooMil wu brieM oo the compotei 
feMfc-ip In ai informal session. "I dmi't know why 
yoTr* ^dH ap our ttae ft>r to bucks, " cracked 
ONadtata Gewge Femll, "I'll pay for it mysell 
GotfMadaadtetH." 



Ccxjncil fills 
board seats 



Fidlovlflf a 30-mimite 
etoMd sesaioB, Uie Vlr- 
fiaia Bcadi City CoocU 
racMth «iBKHnce4 t rail 
of eity hoard and erannis- 
rtoo amAitraeirts, fMlud- 
liK Hro newly-created 
pOMt on flw Recreational 
Pidllties Aothortty. 

or 29 vacancies, eom- 
eOaen left five vaont, 
■aaed Uiree new board 
■Mriiers and niled the 
rest with reappoiotmeqts. 

Iteee openiiifs MU H- 
lit n flw Hertal Health 
nd MeoUl Retordation 
fcrrtces (Chapter 10) 
Board, with shicl* slot^ 
avtiUUe oa the Sctool 
Board aad the Tidewater 
Raglaaa] Healtt Planaii« 
CookO. f^^ 

CooBcilnen reported 
that they had a candidate 
lor ike School Board SMt, 
f"^ bitf had to deten^M 
BttclnttvMwUfeidaeae- 
fliet (tf iMti^^ with his 
enptoyneot. 

C. B. Biwrhaater was 
aaawd to tte fedlanr^. 

Baafi or A^UastiBeats wUl 
■aatnUMeOotthl.J.Cal- 
Tla Lilly wOl serve oo 
the Board irf nn^fa« El- 
aMaera. 

T*o wmnea Joined the 
mkt or eonnisaioe 
BMiriwrs wiwacoaneilmen 
appotated Beverly PauUc 
aad Jean MeLamhUntothe 
RcavaUoaal Fac^ilitles 
Aidhorite. 

Ms. Paott, a menber 
or the Rattoaal OrgaBiu- 
iioa or Wenea, had crit- 
lelaad eo«eiUneB earlier 
Iw aaiiltfHat womea when 
they Bu^ appcriirtmeBts to 
eonaisaloBS. 

She had arged ttat the 
CoaaeU qipoiat sonewo- 
OMB to Ow recmtknal 



board wh«i it was first 
organised Nov. 4, bat com- 
eiloea retaraed with an 
all-Bule pnael. 
Bmwwr, nearly two 
I after theboardhad 
set vp, coimcilmen 
decided to add two women 
to the board. 

• The Recreatinal Pacil- 
tttes Aothority came under 
fire recently for (ailing 
to call any meeUngs since 
it was first created. 

City Attorney Dale Bim- 
son reportedly is trying 
to set up a meeting (fate 
to brief board roemters 
OB l^lsUtion aflectii« tte 
aathority's activities, bat 
M> meetings have been 
caUed. 



(C(wtiBued from page 1) 
A HtUe alc<tel wiU «ue 
a hangover, be sakt. 

A lart«ider ttere, Un- 
(ta BomUno, ^ her own 
recipe for those who greet 
the New Year with a lit- 
tle too much entbusiasn. 
Before goli« to bed, mix 
oae-fouth teaspoon trf 
baklag sofa in a glass of 
ice water, and drink it 
down. 

Ms. Borabino said the 
solntioo eases tiK hang- 
over and eliminates ftiaay 
BMNrth ttat accompanies 
hangovers in the morn- 
ing, "Ixit jKW lave to re- 
member to take it when 
yon come in frrai drink- 
lag." 

The remedy works, she 
said, becairae baking' Mda 
neirtralizes alcohol in the 
Uoodstream. 

Carol &iiBk, a bartender 
In^ the Hemisphere Loa^a 
at Cavalier' OceanfrAnt, 
said a lot of p«opl# follow 
a -night of drinking with 
bloody Mary's "with or 
wlthoat the vodka." 

"And there's a far-out 
(me which I've never tried 
bat it sounds good," she 
added, "bacon, eggs and 
cha mp agne for break- 
tast." 

Br«Kla Williams, the 
algfat bartender in the 
Hemisphere Lounge, takes 
five or sii Viterain C. 
tables before she goes 
to bed if sbe has had top 
macb todrink. "If yoacome 
home and you're pr^y 
loaded," she suggested 
"take Vitamin C at night 
and in the morning you'll 
feel pretty fine." 

"M my best remedy 
cure," sbe added, "is my 
water bed." She explained 
that a solid bed "lulls yowr 
head, but my water bed 
rocks it oat of me. To me 
it's nuv soothing than a 
iMidhad." 

At Pascal's Isle of 
Qqtri, the advice from 
bartender Mary AnnChas- 
taln is to drink "plenty of 
i»wige juice and get [den- 
ty of bedrest. Lay in bed 
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Watter Cidenan, bar 
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favorite cure is tomato 
^ce with a raw eiti; mix- 
ad la It. "tt'sanoidwlve's 
tale,' Ik admitted, "bat 
ttararics for me." 

C(ri«nn aaM te alftays 
downs a co^e <rf a^trtn 
tabMs after he's imiribed 
a UiUe too mwh. 

Aid PowiM, a bartender 
riMe IMS who la present- 
ly Bilxte up brinks tor 
the Blaa iNwr picked 
iq> a few remedies when 
he was woridag la flie fflr 
Francis Drake Hotel in 
Saa Fraadact'^ 

A faiKirite there, which 
is available la the Beach 
area but s<miettnes hard 
to flad, is emipaii, Ralbm 
bitten. Powell raises the 
blttera with a Utile soda, 
or ttey can be taken strai- 
ght. 

As for other cures, he 
adted, "n^e of Oem do 
too BMCh gdod" 

Howevn-, Powell re- 
ported timt one mixed drink 
feclpe, Ramos ginn (Ist, 
was so pQfwlar with hotel 
patrons that he used to 
mix it ap In tour and five 
^on batches for break- 
fast. 

To make it, blfend 1 1/2 
OS. gin, i oz. lemon juice, 
3/4 t. ydck syn^j or 1 1/2 
t. of sugar, 6 drops of 
orange flower water 
(a crmeal IngredieBt), 4 
oz. of half-and-haU cream, 
shaved ice. Powell said a 
aanple taate will help de- 
terralae if the driidi has 



the rl|M combination of 
lemoa aad sugar, "and it 
eoaiM out beaitffUty." 

At That Steak Plai^ cm 
TlralMa BMCh Boulenrd, 
l)vm«__ Dawidlarie 
Carfuo recommeada a big 
i^asa of Bilk, someBmes 
with aa egg atand In it, 
or tomato jitfce and salt 
to relieve a hangover; 

aeud ^ve Balrd, a 
viltiHli dls^(ree m the 
merits irt ice water. She 
nys no, but he reports ttat 
tte lee water helps some 
dimen the morning af- 
ter. 

For peraons idm can 
•temadi it, Baird aid oae 
reoiedy is "taking a raw 
en in the morning and 
smihg It down your 
throat." If that's too much 
to take, he said the egg 
can be mixed in milk. 

Or, he added, "get q> aad 
have a be«-, something 
alcoholic. Give the system 
what it wants." 

Dewey Trofdoc, barten- 
dn* at Shipmate's RMtau- 
tiat at tte Ramatta lm>, 
ftrilows the "hair of the 
del Oat bit yoa' theory 
with a drink that's half 
Iteer, haU tomato juice. 

"And If you get sick on 
booriMB,' he added, "luith- 
lag will cure it quicker ttian 
aaodMr shot of bourbon, 
hat d08'tdriiftitallday." 

For Robbie Rdtwrtson, 
bartender at the Aberdeen 
Barn, the only way to beat 
a haagover is to prevent 
it in the first idace. 

He reojmmends that 
drinkers stay away from 
U^ balls. "The sweet Stan 
Is wtat makes you sicky" 
ha eqdaln«). "Liquor and 



water is the best thl^ " 

It also heli» to eat a 
good meal before a night 
00 fhx town, RcrtwFtson 
added. 

Otter Beach bartenders 
also Mvk pre-party plan- 
ning helps avoid hang- 
overs. The main advice 
la not to drink on aa em- 
pty stomach, and stay away 
from swKt mixed driidis. 

"I like to drink a glass 
of milk," said Ms. Claric, 
El Greco Itartender. 
Drinking water ahead of 
time is good, too, 
she added, because it di- 
lates tte alcohol In the 
system. 

Ms. Bombino at Fisher- 
man's Reef also advises 
that .drinkers eat before 
celebrating. "Have a 
meal," sbe said, "not a 
Ug meal, but something 
to absorb the alcohol." 

Powell advises bis Black 
Angus ' patrons to eat a 
salad "with a lot of oil. 



TImt lines the stomach up 
tor yoa." 

He also notes that "real 
drinkers" stick to their 
fkvorite alccAol mixed with 
'wter. Sweet drinks "make 
for hewlaches and sick 
stonucla.' 

At Jolly Ox, Coleman 
sunests a "real l^ht 
meal, possibly with milk, 
a coKQde of hcwrs liefore 
hand so the alcohol doesn't 
grabywir stomach." 

"And try to stay away 
from sweet drinks," he 
added, which include colas, 
ginger ale and dark rum. 
"Si^'s what gives y«i 
the hangovu'." Tart toUc 
drUa, however, "areni? 



Coleman avoids sour 
drihks Hiie the plague. 
"They give you hangovers 
a lot," and beer is another 
thing to stay away from, 
"lliat gives you a really 
brutal hai^over. Wine's 
hot too bad If you don't 
drink too much." 

At Shipmate's Resteu- 
rant, Trogdon advises cus- 
tomers to drink tall one- 
shcrt drinks at water as 
the only mixer. "Water is 
the best mixer for bourbon 
and scotch," be said, and 
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Smith (23) and Kirkwood Gray (10) 
helped control the boarcfe as tndian 
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Speedy s our man' 
on court and off, say 

FC coaches and fans 



By STEVE BKHIDO 
Sm Staff Writer 



First Ci4oual is enjoying its l>est tnsketbaU start 
la Oie sdKXd's eight year history as the scholastic 
season moves into the Christinas break, ncrf to re- 
Eime otil ten. 3. The Patriots «« their first five 
contests, only to stgmble is ttw Noi^olk Arena Fri- 
day a^wt tongh Booker T. 

Yet tte Pctriols took the game right down to the 
wire, losiag 73-70, ideoiishiiig ttieir perfecl ear^ 
season record. 

Bat as Um poets say, it is better to have ^yed 
aad tost thai sever to have playedat all. Obviously, 
po^ and coaches viU never be able to shake hands 
oattiA. 

Bat the PatrMs have never had such a (ood start, 
aad one id tte maia reasoaa is a 5-10, HS-pound 
guard naoiMl Leooard Gainer Jr. 

Never beard of hing? His chosen misacmier is Speedy. 

The senior basketball star for the Patri(rts lau^s 
when asked how be got the nickname "^leedy." 

"I tliiiA ray grandmother gave it to ne," he says. 
"One day when I was about four or five she sati me' 
to the store, and! got back so fa^ she started calling 
me Speedy." And it's be&n that way ever since, adds 
the Patriot standout. 



"He's being sought after by many 
different schools. Lefty Driseil 
came by to see him this summer, 
and one of the assistant coac^ies 
from Clemson. He's going to make 
a fine point guard for someone." 
--First Colonial coach Alton Hil 



Truth is, ever siKe Us d^ot in organized school 
basketliall in the tth grade —irt Virginia Beach Junior 
Ugh, under Willie Braye, now head coach at Kellam — 
Gainer has left Us mart on the teams he's played 
with. And Coach Braye nndoutrtedly remembers 
l^eedy's distindive dyle of play. 

Wiwn the KfllgUs opned with First Colonial -- 
tak^ the Patrtots, incUearitaUy, into an overtime 
p^lod before losing by one point — Coach Braye 
bad deiignwt a qiiecial defense to keep Speedy at bay. 
"Tbey were pfiylag alour-Ban sooe," says Gainer, 
"witti one guy (daying man'to-man, on me." Yet 
(klaer !^1 hit lor 15 pcAits in that coi^s^ including 
all iBur of tte Patriot's overtime poi^ ttiat decUed 
thegasae. 

One ol Gainer's most ardent admirers is Us coach, 
AHon Hill. "Re does just about .everythi^ well," 
n]»ttnof^>eedy. "HecangobotiimfilDrlRM. He's 
Jvst a safer baU-hanAer. I'd »y he can dKxrtand 
score with ae b»t of them. " 

As a Ji^or — and fir^ t»im ntteberof last {NT'S 
Snn All-Ci^ bati»thaU team - <klner averaged 21 
points a game ior First Colonial. &&rthis season the 
5-10 gMTd has b^n averaging jast below 11 points 
a eoitest, but Coach Hill adds that he hasn't been 
taking as many shots p«- game this season, either. 



"One day when I was ^K>ut four 
or five (my granc ten ott ier) s0it me 
to the store, and I g^ back so fast 
s)w started call ir^ me Speedy." 



"H» needs to shoot w»^," ays the Patri^M coach. 
"I hsve to gel on Um to shoot because he's so un- 
selfiA. B^ BOW te'U take about 11 or IZshoU 
a gane." Btf that seems to he enoi^ tor Gaiwr, 
\riw t«* just 13 shoU agaiut BaysMe but hit on 11 
ol Oct. 

"I tttk ra better defensively than crffensively," 
^ee^ says. "I'm irorriei about my shots tecaase 
I'm Ml «a»lag ax auKh an last year. Birt I'm a 
b^er ten steyer." 



Gainer, now the Patriot team opteinaad, acc<»tling 
to Coach Hill, the acknowledged ikwr tender for the 
FC squd, poUshed Us ridlls pUying vttb aeighbM-- 
hood friends like Bert Lewis. Lewis, a former First 
Colonial standout guard, is now onbaskettmUscholar- 
ridp at Boston College. 

"We dere pra^ ti^A," says Gaiaer (rf their 
retotiowshlp "We've tannn each nOer a longtime. 
When I was in Tth gmde aad he was in Stt grade, we 
played a lot together. 1 leanwda lot from Un, a kit 
of fikes. 1 saU to myself, if he can do it, I can do it." 



"Booker T. surprised ttt. I ttwught 
I played a bad game ... we made a 
lot of team mistakes. But we're 
going to come back." 



And Speedy did it, too, creating for hinueUa start- 
ing hertli on ttie FC team as a sohfMNaore guard. He's 
been starting ever since, much to the joy of FC 
hardwood coaches and the consternation (rf Beach 




Bat this year (^iner fe^ the Patriot squadhas the 
tormula that makes for a wimiing combinatioa. 

"Last year we had ttn height and Oe finesse," 
he says. "But this ynr we're playing more to- 
lather, we've got better potertial . . . ." Coach HiU 
$gnes in a coach's tniottably canltmu way. "We've 
imiwoved a lot. I thi^ we're a good overall shooting 



Speedy looiu bad( at FiMppHMiillHtai trBoota* 
T. w8h a certeta aaonnt jjMJlW' '*"l'*""'- "Boeher 
T. Mrprlsed us," says Gliner, "I thought I played 
a hnd gane. I thongU wt wid^a lot tf team mistates. 
Ott'de zone press we weren't conini up to meM the 
ball, aad they were tra{ytag us. I thought we could 
at ^st be uadefteted Mtae January, hut we're 
goiag to come back." 

Tlw patriots must still meet Ifaury and Grai^, 
hot Spwdy is saying that if FC loses another one, 
it will probably be to Graflby. "I'm not saying ttat 
we can't beat ttem,' b^ I nre would like to, I mn 
wfwld." Gaiaer adds, "I want m to go to the re- 
^onls. That's wtet 1 wai« to see." 

A«d after the ngtoaals eoi^ ttw Mate ^yoffs. 
And alte^tti^ the oritoge recruiters will flock around 
to see who en cme 9 wtti CUaer. 

"He's be^ soi«htaft«i^majqr(Wter«alsdKKds," 
says Conch Hill. "L^ly Dilsell(lfai7taad}cameiqrto 




(omoL 



FInrt Coltmial's premier guard Speedy . 
Gainer (21) boun<fe over Bayside's Butch 
Butler on a fast break that was good 
for t¥vo of Gainer's 21 points on the 
night. First Colonial coasted past ttw 
Marlins in that Dec. 13 game by an 
90-^ score. 



see Um this summer, and one of the assistant coaches 
tram. Ckmumt. His quickness and Us bll-handling 
are ttie fldafs that impress most coaches. He's gobif 
to fUke a ^ j^i^ guard for someone." Hill adds 
avenge studhnt: "^riii sure 
ny school be wants to," says the 
Patriot mentor, "but right now he hasn't thought 
that BHKh about it " 




"Ma's a team leader, he directs 
the traffic m the coim^. He's our 
mtm." 

- Coach Hill 



Spen^ is stIU aoa-«»Bmltta m; how ha 
neamtt-mUe. "It jast all depends," he nays, lirt 
ndtfiV that he recenfiy visited Atlantic Cfari: 
College in Wilson, N.C. Hie basketoall coach there 
Is Stm Pomeroy. "We grt aloi«. I r^ly liked it (town 
fken. It's a smaller place and everybody commuai- 
cates vdl. Ileir basketball team is jastdevelofnng." 
Gaiaer plans to watch Atlantic play Jan. 4 when they 
fictt Norfolk to take on Old Dominion. 

As tor the w^r of being in such demand. Gainer ~ 
who hns an interest in aigineering — nys, '*B in't 
afledtag me at all. But it does nuke you feel kind 
«rfgoodta^de." 

S|ieedy's biggest ace in the btfe se«BS to be Us 
^Ul^ to keq) Us individuality inaworldtMt loves to 
^qw-oM atUetes. 

aqw UUm HiU, "He's a good kHt, and just abori 
re^Mted by everyone in the iiAori. He's a team 
lealer. Be directs traffic on the court. 

"He's on* man." 



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m a meting at the Vir- 
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ir in city council cham- 
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pal gidf course aad tallied 
as manager of the «x» to 
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man*, saU^nadaUsm' 
was a problem at Bo# 
Cre^ and that ^fns were 
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six-toot aKhor fence with 
ttree-straad barbed wire 
Ol top aromd the ^nirse. 



Silvia saU in Us refOTt 
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fence woM eM tta etty 
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CMTse. The city Is sche- 
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KrilUB vnstUflg ImrttaticNttl fawrnmot, Ukii« eigkt 
of ttc twchre lattfUoal etanpioaafeip Utles. Host 
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bo^, vhUe FIrrt Colonial ud Bayside each took 
two. Princes Abm High came away with one .In- 
dividual tminamtM etamiriouUp. 

At ^ M'powd dtiMoB, iUUan'f Jim Brit^won 
an 8-6 declsioa over First Colonial's Mike Taylor, 
to win the Hrst of the Knight's three individual 
tlttes. Vic GrefOT's other two premier wrestlers, 
i^-poMd Aitolphis Haynes and 167-pound performer 
Car) Brvso, won the remaining two. Haynes de- 
feated Jim Rodgers of Princess Anne by a 7-5 
decision, while Braso tocA down Great Bri(%e's 
Adams with a |rin at 1:40 iirto Uie match. It was 
tte first of just two pins in the tounaments' diam- 
ploBship bouts. Bmso pinned^al^three of his q;von- 
«its in the two-day event. ^ 

First Colonial's two cbatt^onships were won in 
tte middle-weight and unlimited classifications. At 
131, undefeated Freeman Gregg scored an 8-0 de- 
cision win over Kellam's John Venner. fti the un- 
Uraiti|il category, 24S-pouiid Valeai Felton also de- 
cisioded Us opponeitf, a 6-1 win over Great Bridge's 
Keo Arsenault. 

Bayside, coached liy Bruce Blehl, tnmedinastrong 
showiq; on the wings of two tournament champions. 
Charlie Ballou copped the 132-pound individual title 
by qpsettinc Oscar Smith's heavUy favored Alphonza 



TkeSoB, Jaa. 1.197S, -5 




Fourth Week 



Grmi Bridga't Jtrfimiy Kirig grim- 
macM M Falcon act gnppier 
Chris Cofricwri^, c(msider»d one 
of ttie top scholastic 126-pounder 
HI tw counfry, Ifmhisns his ar». 



Patriot 

Hm-iclad 
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clobber 
Keflbm, 

6h42, 

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Conkwrighf, v^o was restling a- 
bove hfs weight in this 132-pound 
bout, outclassed King for a 21-5 
decision. 




Kellam's Cathy Cinwte (SO) pulls (k>vm 
a reboiffid as teatrunate Diane Lacuesta 
(44| looks on. Kellam's girls got ttie 
iosii^ end of a 61-42 score, as First 
Colonial beat tttem on Sandra Berry's 
29 points, taking the tournament title. 




1f74 Coekf Rams, Virginia 
BMch SO-poynd Midget Di- 
vision CtHMTipions ' Frcmt 
row, left to ri(M: Sandy. Ril- 
•y, John Cornell, Walter 
FriMMfi* .Mmall Wi^ins, 
John CtettMr. Meise Sdiem- 
tobv Anmony Olds. Second 
row, tall tB right: ^rome 
l^ris, Daryle Whitehorst, 



Lmfrence Ford, Jerry Vol- 
ansky, K&ni White, John En- 
ms, Gregory Britt, Lestell 
Elliott. Rodney Jones. Third 
row, left to right: Coach Rip 
Rylance, JoNi Wimderlich, 
Freddy Paul, Head Coach Fle- 
U:Nr Bryant, Jackie Wheaton, 
Larry Ford, David Whitehurst 
Coach Phillip Thiodosius. 



Coofce Rams ecrn second title 



Tte Rams are coning 
oB aa MMMtod s^sob 
nder head eoaek Fteteiw 
•rimM, i» Ma tw^n yMr 
mtfMtf ttc ttim». The 
Bum eMii^M a record 
of IS w4w SHi m lossef , 
rsMig 0Mr tte W«od<toei( 
Mwtoags aid tt»Ar^^- 
Mateote Fali^Ms M-o 
MlM4^lntteplar-<Ms. 
Tim n^ wntd a trip 
to te Turkey towl com- 



munity league champioa- 
sh^ bMweM Nw^ik and 
Tirglilia BMch teams, ani 
^r seond stra^ two- 
olty title by wallopti^ tte 
Norfolk Wildcats 32-0. 

Bryant's Rams have wm 
ttre* city W-pound Mi(%et 
ckaiq>if»sh^ in tte last 
eigtt years. This year, tte 
Rams potent offense -- led 
br tailbacks Mvid White- 
burst and Larry Ford, who 



scored 211 punts between 
ttem -- compiled 408 
points on offense while 
boMi^ their (w<»e*ts to 
Just e^M points in 13 
games. *. 

Ct»ch Bryant's perscmal 
record in twelve seasMU 
is » wins, 19 defeats and 
two ties. Bryants Rams 
cooqiete in the Cooke Re- 
crmtion area of Virginia 
Beaeh. 




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Cox's Chris Yerkes(dark jersey) 
finds his Great Bridge counterpart 
at 119-pounds, Mike Smith, a little 
slippery as he positions himself to 
hang on for a narrow 7-6 decision 
over the visiting Wildcat. 



ifanley by a lopsided 11-2 score. Manley was un- 
defeated in dual meet competition prior to the bout. 
Wiming the 185-pound championship bout was Harlin 
graplder Charlie Skii^>er, undefeated this season.- 
SUpper scored the second and last pin of t^ tour-^ 
oanoit's cha|n|rionship matches over Oscar Smitt's-' 
Rodney Rodgers, at 3:20 into the match. 

Princess Anne wrestling coach Amie Davis took' 
home a toarnament titlist, also, in 119-pounder' 
Carl Black. Black, a junior and state performer 
last year, won a 3-1 decision pver Mike Smith of- 
Great Bridge. 

Saturday, Cox entertained Sandy Jarrell's Great 
Bridge grappling squad in tte final area dsal meet 
of 1974, gaining another l(^ided win, 33-8. Tte only^ 
I^ of tte match, howeve^, in the, first l>out, when 
Cox's M^pmind Taylor Wooten pinned Gr^t Bridge's 
David Ward in tte last second of match. Wildcat 
m-pouDder Brian Hinton won the first Great Bridge 
teampoints with a 6-1 decision over Steve Etevidson, 
trat the next bout saw Chris Conkwright maul his 
Wildcat OKtonent by a 21-S major decision. Cox's 
Gny Newbury drew witt Mark Sawyer in tte 145- 
pooiMt match-up, 4-4 and in the 185-pound boot 
Falcon Bill Bamette made a nrasing comtitack 
in the final minute after teing down 5-0, bat Wildcat 
Damy Blevins bung (» to win an 8-5 decision. 
Heavyweight Bobby StiAbs handily defeated his man 
by a 7-1 score. 






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Gafil 

select 

vestry 



Galilee Episcopal 
Church, 40tb and Pacific 
Afenoe, elected Walter F. 
Bailey, Fnud^ B. Bragg, 
R. sitoey Morecoc^, Dr 
Allan C. Sunoni ami Dr. 
R. Davsen Taylor to serve 
tut Uiree-yMr terns oe 
its vestry. Also Henry C. 
Field, Jr. was awwinted to 
ftU Ute uieqiired term of 
Dr. Griff McRee, Jr.. who 
resigMd. 



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REALTY 
ROUND-UP 




By Aon Hutchiosoo 

To«A-iq>" refinisliiBg is 
almost impossible on var- 
■ished floors unless room 
has a natural divider, iHit 
it CAN b^ done on floors 
finished wi;th a penetrating 
sealer. ' 

An Ampn4>e is an instru- 
ment that measures elec- 
trical consumption. It may 
^qwint inefficient ap- 
pUances that are run-away 
electricity eaters. See if 
your electrician will lend 
you one. 

New masking tape is 
designed to malce stripe- 
paintii^ easier. It has a 
peel-away center section, 
so the two sides of the mask 
remain parallel. 

CAlt ' 
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Beach 

420-MlO 

Nags Head, N.C 



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TRUMAN 



It CM hafipen to yOu: the 
riiock <rf redUng tbat yiHi ire 
fftmini okL You may have 
thootfit of younetf as being 
young untS you |NiI1 that flr^ 
gray hanr. Then you Uiek 
doaer and begin to wonder. 
Persons in their mkl-tUrUes 
can IM thii an unnerving ex- 
perience. 



^ Such penms adt me for a 

>i quick anawcr oa how to head 

off gnnmg M. I do have « 

sta^ e^ anawer. Before I 



the lAer parts of IMt fkfive. 
A^ » never d e h ia ihwd lor 
iwci tflK- cMMeed. ItMi to 
Inw heoMiw pe«^ «io Mt aS 
age M Oie ipK rate, Md, he- 
yoad tti^ «hmt parts of 
ench be^ ace at dMnwt 
i^a. Oia- 49as tagn to ag*«t 
», and sMBCr tf ftere to ewia 
imnitiat i f Idevtoton t te w to j g 
IterfiigfiiBsafflgrSaBdst 
3S, mMcakr slre^^ wviei. 
The acrvaus «yiton dem 
««r reactkn Ubm 
■». 



Bia the oMit important (^ 
tiadion to fti* hWetfcai time 
to net tte saiM • «aiaidH- 
time. When tte yean ^ 19. 



tohgicsl tane don down. 
Vow kody dbg^m nuKh 
BMFvige f^e beMecn II us 
a ttaa k«m S to » thoggh it 
to four ttoea the yean. 

Tte ^wd news to that tte 
avenge person's latad to still 
taMi Strang at 11 wid nay 
onar tot ito crraMe peak. 
Iher* to no reason a p«soo of 
S oaiet he as enittvc men- 
US^ m ftey were at 30, bat 
wMl B|is wkittian. They have 
•great deal mare wtodom and 
apCTtonce to ten^wr their 
tto^ito. My Uhrary dwivca 
tore Uaed mlh teoito written 
i^f nn 1^ pari tte age of 
rMmpni There may te a 
■Jm ef raraagry wttta age, but 



not of cf%ati^ty, and ttie 
ftwS/an p^Hjective of wis- 
dM) to a Ju^ and rkh con- 
penaatioi. 

Ilie p««in wIm causes me 
to shiriiemy hei^ intfilrMs to 
tihe one who r^nes to grew 
IV ttitoktag that Ihto wOl keep 
ttMsn tnm grotrtng oU. H^ 
try to iMdd teek ttie haeds (rf 
die ckck by nevo- natutog. 
Ttey tMdt that is youth. 

How do y«i stay youi%? My 
rnikmtr to not eartt itektog. 
Sttfed in ^mple terms, it to 
givii^ craphuto and value to 
that part of you whidi to s^ 
yonng, groii^ md being 
daily capabto of more g^«wtb 
and diai«e an of jfwr We, I 
am talking riMNit jmr testa. 



Keep ymr nand anln, rint 

and i«ve Md yn «a atay 
yeoi^sievcr. ftekteHtope 
Mars mm ftrt tdrntoitsi ws 
tte greatest edncrikMltoAl- 
ence to Ms Ml. Sveryttaaa 
seaaaoaetwaed tt en, H Mi^ 
nto Ae nnct room snd get a 
good book to read. 

Goadder ttort «e an Mag 
in tte nMA(d » kaoiito^ie 
eqtoifln. Ask yMCsetf ss a 

ttapdwail teto ]wit Mto mM9 
new tMn^ teve yen Innied 
today? The moat agb^ thing 
you can do to to setye down ta 
a comfortafato rvt, adopt a fa* 
'miliary routtae, and tot ttaa 



itowdmiteGoverMifl^ 
€te Mme i*en I vtmn 
ttat I knew sohm nly 4d 
p^lAe iri» were in fteto 
twsnUes, and some wry 
yMf iwepto wte wtn ' 
dMttri^^tt to AnostM tf 
wc IM MTselves te M sM as 
tote. 



Vf NM to Itet itto aet.tte 
lews tiM^ wtoe tot fa gMr 
oM. IttoHvtag tottcpMtttto 
tte daily gr«riagdBiL8l9- 
ng jNMBg toeasy wtea fen 
INetatteMiBv. %^1^A 
pHt [^ of sD gtfto - year 
mtod - aUn, a^ and ao- 
ttve. Thto to tte 01^ ffarao- 
toed f emtabi ^ yoiMi I know 
itoit. IVy it and see. 



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Happy 
1975! 



faom 
Jo*MD.Wina 

SelM nepr«Mntaliyo 



IS Kog«r ExacuUv* CwiMr 
JMwt Building. Suiti IIS 
Norfolk. Va 2«a 
OB.: 490-0131 Rm.: 42IM4n 

OMctrafMlim Ltfe 
VVhoettefttoKisi 



Evangelist to speak Service set 

<9 I - . ^_ Francis Episcopal 



, Emmanuel Bvtiat 
t^nrch. 4750 Bajtterte^. 
V^Eii^ Beach, wUl test 
Evaagelist Bod Lyies to 
eveaiag services fnMB Jan. 
12 tbrougfc Jaa. 22. 

Lyles, who has been 
preachilac since 1944, 
gradusted from tte Bob 



Joaec UaiversttytaGreen- 
vUle.S.C.Aesadbtowife, 
Donlhy, have five cWM- 
rea. 

For 15 years, Dr. Lyles 
served as sssl^at Ar- 
ectM- (or tte Voice of Re- 
vival broadcast. Ttey also 
wrote "Tees Talks," 



a weekly column in "The 
Sword of the Lord." 
a weekly newsoaper. 

to addition. Dr. Lyles is 
a soloist and scmg leader. 
He has one album, "Bud 
Lyles Sings," featur- 
ii^ music used in his 
meeting.; 



Si. Francis Episcopal 
Ctovtik, 509 Rosemoot 
Road, Virgioto Beach, wiU 
hirid a Itew Ynr's Day Holy 
Coenantoa Service 11 
a.B. today. 

Ob Saadsy, tte durch 
mm ceMiratetteEpiiAahy 
Eve Fn^ of L^hts Ser- 
vlM at 7:30 p.si. 




s new 



FoUowtog are birite re- 
ported by tte General Hos- 
pitol ta Virgioto Beach 
through Dec. 23, 1974: 

Mr. and Mrs. Rotert 
Hermaa Ziegler, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Eagene 
R<»s Baer, soa; 

Mr. and Mrs. Alvto Eo- 
gnt SheU, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Terry Deao 
Wdiaer, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Chartes 
H(ribert fuker Jr., son; 

Mr. aod Mrs. Jota Leo- 
sard Lewto Sr., daa^ter; 

Mr. aad Mrs. ^epk 
Mobtei Ofctice, soa; 




Mr. aad MTs. Fletcter 
Melvto Aadersoa, daagh- 
ter; ^ 

Mr. aad Mrs. CUrm 
Jdlfrey Etotrodt,t*tosoas; 

Mr. aad Mrs. Clifford 
Gibsoa Irby Jr., son; 

Mr. and Mrs. WilUam 
Randolph Dooglas, daagh- 
ter; 

Mr. m mn. Le<»ard 
Pasl Liete Sr., mo; 

Mr. aad Mrs. Jimmy 
Wayae Etovidc, soa; 

Mr. aad Mrs. James L. 
Podos. dughter; 

Mr. aad Mrs. DaaielLec 
Dsfto, soa; 

Mr. sad Mrs. tkatmrt 
Jota, dsaiftter; 

Mr. aad Mrs. Richard 
LkHd Oase, soa; 

Mr. aad Mrs. G« Pa- 

pfeUes, SOB; 

Mr. aad Mrs. JasMs Ed- 
ward Bddaa, dn^ter; 



CATHOLIC CHURCH 

MasMS: 6-30 pM. Sat. 
9& lOdmSurt 

Tekplnm: 497-0890 




Mr. and Mrs. William 
M. Dunan Jr., dai^hsr; 

Mr. and Mrs. James Earl 
Hnrter, sob; 

Mr. and Mrs. WilUam 
Mac Snftt, dai«hter; 

Mr. aad Mrs Ronald Lee 
SUlnaa, SOB. 






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Jon. I, 1975 



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you gifts of the spirit . . . peace, love, hope, joy 

. , . and bless your life with treasures , 

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Granny cuts a rug 



By ANNETTE HALL 
Naval Air ^«m (NAS) Ocaana 

By ttra time certain people reach Iheir 
•arly and middle &(h, some of them 
are retired, "put out to pasture" «id 
classified as senior citizens. For a few 
it seems they t>ecome rele^itod to an 
uriproifcictfve lifestyle and d^^endmt on 
aiKiety to k««p them somewnal occup- 
ied fnm remainder of ttwir lives. 

Contrary to this image. Naval Air 
Station (NAS) Oceana boasta a 64-year- 
etd civil service employee who is as 
•mrgetic wtd vital as wiy 20-year- 
old. Alice Lindsey, of the Sun>ly De- 
|»artnfMNit's Traffic Brandi, has the pep 
and gei-vp-mti-go «^idi «n»es ai^ 
<foym-hill, one-a-^(tey middle-ager «^ 
Mas her in action. 

What kind of office «irroundin^ would 
Im suitable for a 64-year-old grand- 
nnothar? A quiet, remote office where 
one OHild hear a pin drop? Alice works 
in a warehouse as a GS-$ freight rato 
Msistant who handles ttie paperwork 



m squares 



for outgoing shipments, except parcel 
post. 9ie frequently must leave her of- 
fice spaces to dieck on shipments, and 
does so jogging. "I have to get my 
joking ftH* me day in," she lau^d, 
wiVyxit (Viy sign ^ breathlessness. 

Enoimh is enough. Surely by the end 
of the ctey Alice is dragging, and goes 
home and knits or crochets like any 
ofher grwtdmother does. Guess ^w 
s<iiMre dances from four to seven nights 
awaA? 

Alice, who originally hails from Mich- 
igan, grew up square dancing country 
stylo. However, ^e gave it up after 
marriage l)ecause she was busy rais- 
if^ h family and her husband had shown 
no interest in s<^are dancing. "Square 
teieiM has. been my relaxation and 
rscraatian. I renewed my interests after 
my N»bw)d's deatti," she said. 

In Augi»t 1968, Alice had completed 
20 sqmre dance lessons which made 
har eligible to join a club. She does 
modem western square dancing where 








With her son George. Alice dances a family square. 



Alice Lindsey on the job m freight 
r^te assistent in the Naval Air Station 



(NAS) Oceana Suf^ly Department's Traf- 
fic BrMich. 



all four couples in a square actively 
work. Modern western is her favorite, 
since country style only .actively .io- 
volv«« iwottouples worldihgv-Whfile'iwo 
couples remain idle and mountain style 
square dancing is in a circle. 

Alice dresses for the occasion. Shehas 
six costumes which include the sissy 
britches, crinolines and full skirts. 

Alice belongs to several clubs, tfie 
Wrecktangles, Campers Chapter 013 of 
tfie National Square Dancers Association, 
Pacesetters and the Beachcombers. 
"However," she quickly added, "I'll 
dance with any of 'em." For various 
reascHis, some of the clubs have changed 
schedjies and meet on days other.area 
clti>s are meeting. This has cut down 
on ttte number of nights square dancing 
is available and Alice commented tiiat 
"ttiey are getting too many on the same 
night and I can't circulate." 



Photos by David MocLeon 

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Her ttiree children and four grand- 
children became actively involved, and 
her family now consists of #iree gen- 
erations of square dancers. There are 
enough dancers for a family square which 
requires four couples. "Only problem 
is, one of us has to dance a man's 
part--but that's all ri^t, ttiree of us 
can do it," she remarked. 

Al ice takes every (^ortunity to square 
dance at festivities outside tfiis area 
as well. A co-worker commented that 
on occasion, Alic% has been known to 
step around the office as if she were 
square dancing. 

S(^are up, bow to your partner, bow 
to your comer- -there goes Alice again! 






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Ue Lawtrj win ipoBSW 
filn prcfTMU 8t aaree 
ImuKh Iflnmrica. "Advea- 
of WUlle amk," 
(^«ter and 
-CUItottff AMMMTd aMi 
Var Dqg" an adMMed 
tl tta ItawniUe bnach 
rt 4 p.ak. ftaniay toe 
«dd)*«i tomVater^- 
tM^teWCh tUrd grade, 
aad 10 and U a.n. for 
jinat'tin Mik«s 3 »ai 
9 fmn. At 11 %.m, Stf- 
ndijr Wlataor Woods «m 
ttek 'tme Eagiw Itet 
Cod«," "Bad ghoM' and 
-The Sail*/ rt*« Vir- 
Baat^ fe^ra 'Cat 
H* Wt' aad "Akskaa 
SaiDeg." 

WOTM CLtm 

The Bom' CWb^Vir- 
fiida Om^ Mil M^ A>> 
ly ncmttoMi wMvltiet 
!«• bi^ b^MM tt* «ea 

wtaeMn tt Iht "B' 
^k«Hw«l- is school 
pfMraa «rc or T^tion. 
UMkOm iMte« twin- 
aaai, rtitotte s, qHju tca, 
! fWH MttvMi^ aad 
eMa. A ItaiM 
4 9NllW arc 
Ww Mm ta' 
rtMl tm Md 
piogniM MBtort CMtlM^ 
r^ar Outm GeiM aft 
•K-MOt. 

Kt ckfum 

"M tec Caa^w will 



la Scope "pBTB- 
day tkroQ^ Satoiiay in 
a tocr-day ngagetneBt. 
FerlnuaacM vlll be at 
I p.m. Ttenday, Friday 
ttd &tanh9, wMi Mtia- 
c» at '2 p.n. Satarday 
aad at £ aad 6 p.n. ^- 
dW. tUkM an «, ft, 
H.9$ tM $i. Toimgitora 
airiM- 11 years vUl be ad- 
tritttid rt haU pri^ iortte 
t p.a, Satvday satbMe 
mi tta ^.wi Soriky per' 
tmmme». Friday «^, 
tte 4|«dag, i^ be teU 
pllH ttr etwyoM. nclc- 
fb are aftUMe st Sc<^ 
nd all Vkto Stets box 
oflieN. 

PLAXETABIUII 

"lil^terGoditfae^'' 
iHO ac te jngrni for 
tttnii^ttBoM^MbUc 
nMrtaitn at 
ariar<,H^ School, 
g. tynahaviB Boad. 
9teffMU ai« aAiAded, 
tf 1 riLtiBdayndTMs- 
d^r. BeianfiHans eaa be 
■MeMea^^-lSll. 
i^riasleii ulrm.CUU- 
tm aider II yart muA 
br ^«<^pa«M byMwt- 

wx.i«BtaiAmG 

Tha Fhn imi» m^ 
P.TJ.A. viU 90^ 

te- SM ai S. Lyu- 





p.n. Mooday. AdmissiMi 
wUl be $1.25, iaclndi]« 
akate restal. Sating is 
open to the pablic. 

TOGACERTBB 

Smmi Vtshea De- 
naanto will ap|»ar at the 
Aqatariaa Age Yap Ceo- 
ter, 6» 14tii St., Virginia 
Beach, at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 
8. Be U head o{ the In- 
tontattiaal Sltvaaiida Yoga 
todety in Val If orta, Caa- 
ada. For more i^rraa- 
tloo rawtact tlie center at 
^-M14. 

aa TBV 

The Na»j 'Y' is acce|<- 
teg reservations for two 
Mtt ve^KBds this mcmth. 
A tw}-itoy trip Is plan-, 
aed Jan. 10 in Masant- 
1^, Va. The secaoAoHttag 
wUl be to Hot ^inp, 
Va., tte weAead of Jaa. 
24.^ Itotl^tr^ iaclide 
ie tmiQorla^, m^el, sU- 
ttf, aq ri wwt r^al aad 
bmM. liMls are not in- 
etadad. a^ is ^ per 
fftrmm. BeservatioBs can 
be Bate by ealliag Nancy 
^ttaas at S2S-0S21 at tte 
^Havy Y' at SOO Oi^iwe 
ft. (tfr BranMelon An. 

SBOtOK CUI^ 

the AiMrictt OmxT 
Soetety will ^mmw a 



'in the Nortii Wing Lounge 
of the General Hospital 
«f Virginia Beach. Hour- 
Long programs beginning 
at IM P-m. are sched- 
uled An. 14 on "Why 100, 
000 Doctors Have ftopped 
Smokli«,»Jan. 16, 'Effects 
of SmoUag on the Car- 
dbmtscnlar System;" Jan. 
21. "Biological Health 
Hasards to Our Respira- 
tory System" and on Jan. 
23, "1%e EmtatOed Cell." 

PAP CUBIC 

A pap clinic for senior 
cWzeas will be heM at 
the Bayside Heilth De- 
parteent, 930 lodepen- 
dence BM. from 12 noon 
to 2:W p.m. Jan. 16. The 
clinic is sponsored by the 
So^heastem Area Ho^l 
Program of the American 
Cancer Society. In addi- 
ttoa. a movie will be shown 
at ea^ ^nior crater site 
Jan. 9 to warn sraior clt- 
ixeos at tbe dangers of 
iterine caKer. 

HAVT wntS' SCIKX>L 

A three-Ay Navy 
VlTCs' ferviw Indor- 
iMtton Sctool to provide 
wMML. rwr^f irtorma- 
tton tor Bavy and Uarioe 
(^p« wiws will be held 
Jan. W, 21, and 22 from 
fc45 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at 
ItaTal Air Stot lM jWA Sl 
Tq^s i^lwle 



advancements and promo- 
tions, pay and allowances,' 
Navy Belief, Champus, le- 
gal assistance, iuinan 
goals and the enlisted 
wives' club. Free nursery 
sejvices will be availa- 
ble. To register contact 
tertara Fagan at 444-8352 
MABCH FOR LIFE 

The Tidewater Chapter 
of the Virginia Society lor 
Human Life will charter 
buses to the secowi anniul 
National March for Life 
in Washii^on, DC, Jan. 
22, the anniversary of the 
Sqireme Court decision on 
abortion. The organitation 
is worlds^ to schedule 
CMgressional hearings m 
a human life amewiment 
to grant the right to life 
to mbom children. Buses 
will leave Pembroke Mall 
at 8 a.m. Jan. 22. Cost 
will be $8. Reservations 
can be mailed to tlie Vir- 
ginia Society for Human 
Life, P.O. Box 8213, Nor- 
foft 23503, or ttey can 
be made by (»Ui^ He- 
len Koczur at 424-1883. 
Deadline for reservati<»s 
Is' Jaa. IS. The ofXdn- 
tlcm is aslmg siqjporters 
lAo are waide to attend 
to s^ a rose for life 
to Ueir co^ressman on 
Jib. 22. 



NEW TEAB'S FEST 

The First Colonial Bap- 
Ust Church, 929 First Col- 
onial Rend, Virginia 
Beach, rang in the New 
Year with services and 
entertainment. The cele- 
iMtition included testom- 
onlea (^ healings and ex- 
orcisms. The g(»pel meet- 
ing was ncmdeaomina- 
ttoinl, and ceMrants t(q>- 
ped off the evenii^ with a 
br^k&st of li»c(», eggs, 
grits and hot biscuits. 

raiBCESS ANNE 
PLAZA GAKDEN CLUB 

Tlie Princess Anne 
Plaaa Garden Clid> mem- 
bers and their husbands 
heU their annual Christ- 
mas party recently at the 
Gl»w»d Park Civic Club. 
The meeting was also • 
wd^lng session with in 
^ttch members made tray 
btors tor tte IJ.S. P*- 
Ue Health Hospital aad in 
BddltldB to nUing a 
ChrtirtmftE Inslcrt for a 
a«»dy family The cl^ 
Mtti^M an engraved si- 
Vmt tny to Mrs. Charles 
IMm, winner (tf the cM>'s 
Oulateas dow^^rie^. 



ected as a recipient of 
the Robert C. Provine- 
Mfmorial Scholarship. 
Wba Barrett is a sqAo- 
more at Virginia Wesle- 
yan College, where she 
is majoring in art. The 
award is made to the stu- 
deirt with th4 highest aca- 
demic average during the 
freeman year. Miss Bar- 
rio shared the honor with 
another sttKient. Both 
achieved a 4.0 grade on 
the 4.0 scale. ^ is a 
1973 graduate of Princess 
AaM Bigh School. 



MAT FABM 
GABOCNCLUB 

The UsKf Farm Garden 
Clnb and its guests held 
its aamal Christmas 
nodal atlhe tome of Mrs. 
Ridand W. Pumell, 3212 
W. Cheltingtem Place, 
Viifinla BMch. Tto club 
odtocted presmts for 
diUdrtt at H<^ Haven. 
The clnb's Mxt meeting 
Is adwdided at 8p.m. Jan. 
15 at Ktags Grant Pre- 
i^rterian Clnirch. Mrs. 
Jsfel «Mkas will $vetk 
oa -Wow M the Bible." 



SCBMAJI^nP TORim ^MHMvttiiiAiiiMnfie&M 

AH Igr MiS Mac mf yw.iM 

EliteeA Barrett, teu- 
itttt-^MraadMrsWU- 

g^ BMdi, taks beM sel- 



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Gar<iner 



Hargiret LiiciaAa<}ard- 
aer and Garr Alan Rus- 
sell were married Dec. 
21 in an evening caadle- 
ligM ceremony at the Vir- 
ginia Beach Community 
CMpel. 

Tbe brkie is tbe dau- 
ghter of Mr. aad Mrs. 
Charles W. (^rdner, 
Ocean Front and Mb Street, 
Virginia Beacb. Sie was 
giv« away by iier motber 
»d tatber, wto is a Vir- 
gisia Beadi cooDcilman. 
TItt groom is the son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Hert)ert 
Russell of Timoniom, Md. 

Teresa Lynn Gardner, 
sister of the bride, was 
maid ot honor. Brides- 
maids were Kathryn Gard- 
ner Detwrah George, 
Cheryl Lussoo,Snsui Ear- 
ley, Lydia Schmittt and 
Sherry Woodward. 

FUlip Murchie of Char- 
b^esville was best man. 
Gromnsmeo included Rev. 
Richard Fairmao of Mar- 
ietta, Ga.; Peter Thorn of 
Saint Lniis Park, Minn.; 



Wesley Ganloer, bro- 
oder of the bride; Stqih- 
ta Rassell of Beistertown, 
Hd., David AM^. Norfolk, 
aad DeMiAlUn^ttm<rfPot- 

0BM.II4. 

FtMoartag a racaptinii at 
the Bilta» Ion, Oe cou- 
ple left lor a wediUng trq> 
to WUUaasbvrg and 
Brice Mo^aiB, Va. They 
vUl ceskte in Virginia 
Bcadr. 

The bride, a graduate 
of Norfolk Christian High 
School, attended Tidewater 
Comainaity College. The 
gnon is a graduate of 
Wheatoa College and is 
^«seirtly teaching at Nor- 
firik Chri^iui School, Nor- 
folk. 



McG'umis - 
Rfiodei 

Margie Am Rhodes and 
Richard McGiams were 
tnd Dm. U ia Ow Mat- 
dk Room in Wiaiten- Lakes, 
Virguiia Beach. 

Tke bride, who resided 
at 4792 Muidaa Road, Vir- 
giiria Beach, is*the daugh- 
ter <rf the late Josqih Lee 
Rhodes. The groom is the 
SOB (4 Mr. aad Mrs. Cal- 



vin E. McGinnis, 45^ Jea- 
nne St., Virginia Beach. 

Frances Godbey of 
Greenville, N.C., sister of 
the bride, was the matron 
of honor. 

Pest ji^ ma^ Larry Si- 
len ^ ttorfeUc, whHe tbe 
Inide's nei^w, Keith Pat- 
rick Godbey of Greenville, 
served as ring bearer. 

After a honeymoon trip, 
the coiQile plans to reside 
in Virginia Beach. 



McAUmney 
engagement 



Mr. aad Mrs. Edwin B. 
McAlhaaey, 704 Pel- 
I Place, Virginia Beach 
the et^agement 
of their daughter, Patric- 
ia Marie McAlhaney to 
Gerhard Joseph Mc 
AUster, 12500 Richmond 
St., Chester, Va. 

The bride-to-l)e is a 
graduate of First Colmial 
K^ School, and she is 
presently a senior at Vir- 
ginia Polytechnic Institute. 
Her fiance is a graduate 
of Virginia Polytechnic In- 
stitute. 

A September wedding is 
plaaaed. 



Virginia Beach police deiective Henry 
T. Padrick Jr. (center) receives the ^y- 
cees' award for "Outstanding Yotmg Law 
Enforcement Officer for 1974 from Ron 
Cundiff (at the left) Jaycees wviuai 
awards banquet. Padrick, 27, was cited 
for his stakeout of the scene of several 
r^ses resulting in tfie arrest of a sus- 
pect. Chief of Police W.W. Davis 
observes. 



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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

la the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Virginia Beach, on tbe 

23rd day of December, 

1974. 

Donna Seace Stenwr, 

Plalptitf, 

against 

Gary M. Sterner, 

Defendant. 

The (Aject of this suit 
is to (Main a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
tiie said defendant, upon tbe 
grounds ot desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
t>een made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of tbe State of 
Virginia, the last known 
pest ofilce address beii^: 
S195 S. W. 64th Avenue, 
Miami, Florida it is or- 
dered that he do appear 
here within 10 (ten) days 
after due Ikblication here- 
of, and d^wlat may be 
neces8at7 to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A c(^y-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Sonnie G. Cuffey, p.q. 
147 Granby Street, Suite 
322 p.q. 
Norfolk, Virginia Z3S10 

Jaa, i, 8, 15, 22 4t 



Tie ol^iect trf tUs salt 
is to oMaia i diwrce a 
mensa et tboro to t>e mer- 
ged irtoa divorce a vin- 
cnlo mUrimo^ from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertkw (w 
April 9, 1974. 

And an affidavit havli« 
be«i made aad filed tet 
tte d^eadant 10204 WeM 
96th Terrace, #F, Of eriaad 
Park, Kansas m!12 tt U 
ordered tiat she do a|pear 
tere within ten (10) dajrs 
after thie pVUication here- 
in, aad do what nay be 
necessary to protaet her 
interest te Ms sntt. 
A ea|>y-1%^; JOBM T. 

rmmEss clerk 

Christie A Cirtterman 
Suite 515 Bk. of Va. 
Building p.q. 
Norfolk, Virginia 23510 

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In the Clerk's Olfice of the 

Circuit Court of the city of 

Virginia Beach, on the 23rd 

day of December, 1974. 

Jack Steven Peltz, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Liada-Le Margaret Lucot 

PeUs, 

Defendant. 



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ORDEH OF WBUCATKM 

la Oe Cleik's Office (rf 

tte Clit»it Court of tbe City 

(rf Virginia Beach, on the 

27tb day of December, 

1974. 

Seth MitcteU, Jr., 

Plantiff, 

against 

Liada L. MitcheU, 

Def«Kiant. 

The c^ect of this soft 
is to obtain a divorce a 
▼incvlo matriuKnii on tbe 
grounds (rf sq»raUon for 
a two aad more j^u- per- 
iod and/or desertion from 
the said def^jdaat. 
Aad an af(i(tavit haviag been 
■ade aad fikd at that 
doe diligence tas been used 
bf the ComplalMnt to as- 
certain ia vhid county, 
maoic^ity or corpor- 
ation tbe Defenfauit resides 
is, withoid effect, as tbe 
Co^riaiaant herein de- 
s. tte teM laowa post 
ce address h^ag: Cy- 
press Qnrt Apts. i^l. #3, 
1911 lMitPaclflc£treets, 
Virginia BmtA, Vtigiaia 
it is orders! Httt she do 
an>ear here withia ten (10) 
<bys after dne pAUcanoa 
lieraaf, and do rttf maybe 
aac^nry to poteet her 
interest ia (Ms rtt. 
A an -t^^ MXa V. 
FENTR^S, CLOOt 
Boyee ^ S^nmli; 
lOS N. Plaxa TnOl 
Va. B^eh, Va. 

Jan. 1, 8, 15, 22, « 



C«DER OF nnucAiwH 

to the Clerk's OUee ^ tbe 

arci ,urt of tte City 

^ Vti, , . B»^ oa tte 

23rd Od, <rf Oecember, 

1974. 

Ctarles AU<>b &yder, II, 



Tha objeM at this suit 
is to obtain a tfvor^ a 
vlaealo miMmmU frna 
tha MM dcfn«M,apai«M 
gmnda of dac^Uoe. 

And an aflMMrtt hariag 
baas made aad fUad that 
the dafandaM U. a noa- 
tmmtt dt tta S^bt si 
Vir^aia. tte taiA knova 

roffiet adteaa bring: 
Atten Laaa, Moaat 
Hmiria, H^lguttlaor- 
dariad that tfa do anpaar 
bars «Md9 tae HO) days 
ilUr ih» pri^nM bu«- 
of, aal'dD trnt a»y ba 
■ecMsanr to pet/Utet har 

A eo^-TMto: X»l V. 

FEirrSKS: CLQIK 

Barrow 4 Lowe 

3104 Arctic Avenae. Va. 

»«1 

Jaa. 1. 1, 15, a « 



(KDBt 
VOKaNIA: Dl THE 
CLEBK'S OFFICE OF THE 

cmcofT onntT of the 
cmr OF vnKHMu 

BE^B, OH THE »ttDAT 
(ff Qai^dwr, 1974. 
b r«: Adiyttoa ot Donald 
Lee flaaBU aad UdMfd 

^ teitea Jaam Eagti 

and Jaeqaeline Marto(L«e) 

B«»lF^tlaam 

To-. Garage Ciilf(R<d Ham- 



na Aaatoa(krden Bond 
ltoMk,Vlrgtaia 
to OMa^ry 
«C74-532 

TMs day caae,Balrka 
laaas Entd ant He- 
mriku Marie (Lm) BigtI. 
PatWoMra, aad reiire- 
aaaMi Hmk ttt object of 
ttto p tia w a dit is to ef- 
kti tte adoplton of tbe 
hbow naad WMfa), 
DoaaM ht9 Wui^mlSt 
Riebard SeMtmm**^ 
briaa JaBMS Eafal aad 
Aoptftae Marie(Lee)EB- 
Jaoqaaliae Marie (Lee) 
Eagel, baabaad and wife, 
aad afOdavtt baring been 
■ade aad fflad ttat Gauge 
Clttlord bmaMa, a aataral 
pareid of aald cUUrrea), 
is a resident of tte Stota 
of Virginia, tbe last baowa 
pnrt oUct addieaa balag. 
7925 Aaalae Gaidn&md, 
NoiMk. nij^att. 

B la tteniofe (M»«d 
that tte nid Qtmft Otf- 
lor<i ftfiwat ijprar be- 
Ibre ttis Couft iM^ (aa 
(Itn dqs altor pMftaitoa 
of Us<Mer aadlivi^ 
ttijrttttBde toauWwaro- 
poMd tfiBMMr jt^eaer- 
viae 4r alad iSiaamMry 
to vecUei Us taterul la 
ttis Matter. 
Ae^jr teste: 

Jolm V. PMlren, Cl«k 
Fiae, Ftoe, Le^na « Ftae 

MeritoUc. Vliflaia p.q. 

Dec. 1,1, i5.»,« 



oeois 
vntGooA: n tm 

CLESK't OnVX (ff THB 
CnCOIT CCWRT WTHE 

cmr .OF vncmA 

BEACH, (M ^ 20 HAT 
(V S^numra. 1974. 
la re: UafOm ol a <Mld 
'to be aaiaed Tiqa 
Lea Wise, aa laEaat, bjr 
Emma Dariene Wise aad 
Robert Lee Wise, 
By: 

Petittoaera 
To: Gleim E. Lavaoa 
OSSDetta 

FPO Saa Praaeiaeo 

n CHANCERY 

«C-74-2M 

This <tay came Emma 

DarlMe Wise aad Bobert 

Lee WlM, Prittloaen, aad 

represeoled tlmt tbe ob- 

jMt (tf this invceed- 

iag U to effect the adop- 
tion of the above named 
iafaitf (a), Tanya Lea Wise 
bf Eaam DariMe Wise 
and Robert Lee Wise, has- 
bud and wife, and afB- 
<Mvit having been audeaad 
fUed that Glera E: Uv- 
soa, a natoral pareat of 
said chUdfrea}. laaaon- 
nidoAirftte^^orVlr- 
flA, the last kmnm port 
(dfiM address bring: OSS 
Delta FK) Saa Fnncls<», 
tt is therefmvOrderedttat 
tte saM Glenn E. Lawsoe 
appear before this Coart 
irittta tm (10) teys ajler 
piMlcalloB <a Us (Mar 
aad todlole Ms^ attl- 
taile toward tte ^i^osed 
^qjtioft, orotterevlMde 
trtat is neeessasf topit>- 
tsd Us iritf^ to tUs 
matter, 

A eopf teste: Jobs V. Fen- 
tms, Cteric 

Jan. 1, 1, 15, n 4t 



rnncE 

Vtrgbito: 

Tbe regaUr ■eattog (tf the 
QwH^oftteCay^flr- 
giUa Beadi Mil U held 
to tte Caaa^Cb^ttersof 
tte AMUUMrattoa BUM- 
tog, Ctty mi, Manss 
AMe WMkem, Wijglria 
Bm^ nn^, ealtaa- 
«n. immf m, Wa, at 
tm p.ai. at ateb ttmc 
tte Mlo«ta« ap|dlatl<»s 
•affl be beard: 

auuKE w zcmntm- 

T«CT CUSmKATKm 



Ouu^ of Zoring OU- 
trict ChaaHlcattoa Craoi 
R-l ReaMawtlal DisMet 
to 0-1 on^ SUtim oa 
(wtoto ptiywiy tocatod 
oa tte iBtir * 
of Mk»Tlna 
Amk4 LaM, riMdag a«a- 
el1f» iaeF tfeag 
^de of AMd 
a dstaan 
otieOfirialiNvtteW^ 
at Iteirtaa* Ammm. 
a AMaceof ISO 
tbe Itettna 
prwM^ Bae aad rvatfH 
^^ of lOOM 



tte IhHtt 




BEIT(NUU»B}BT V£ 

contKn. or the oty' 

or VB^amA beach. 

vmsooAj 

TbBt»eitoaii-iofCbi9- 

tu: n to b««lv aaiaadad 

aid raoritolaed to rndas 

Mlows: . 

BriMr ttt^-Meir aad 

ttSMi air^-flTO to tte 

firMaaatoaee, 

Add QseUoa HstricA m. 

tmtnl AbaMtoeVotoQ. 



m^ 



tte Wactna frap* 
the. Add aererito 
as Uto Vaad «. 
: 11 as dnaa oa Plan 
ot LyHhavM, tte Prap- 
erty of E.E.Kiaaiw aad 
.eeatalas 15.M0 aoaara 
hat (Ftaaabed GaivMs- 
Ijiahaian Ami LTHlf- 
UVEMBfffiCXKft. 
CORIXIWIIAL rax PER- 
MITS 

2. AppUeafioa of lATO 
Coip., T/A 
Poris tor a Coattttoaal 
Use Feratt tor bntt sto- 
age Md badlOag eodnc- 
ton yanl oa eeraJa prop- 
Mitv bigtoaiaf at a pi^ 
isf feet foaftaasi of ta- 
piui Read aad faaafng a 

d^uw of aa.a ktt 

akaf tte Wmi aide of 
l^tt LfMhavaa Road. 
i«iriaga«staaeeofK«. 
t9larfak«itte8eatt«a 

di&eelOf.Mltetaloag 
tte MoittMeanpertvUae. 
^Dva aa a« Rortt 

LyaabafSB Boad aad eon- 
tabw l.OS ^n». Tbe pro- 
' rtonpe ana to to- 
a n-toot 
by lOO-toot paf«el lo- 
cated at Ibe Soattvest cor- 
aer of tte tot j^kurtbera 
Terrace- Piae Tree Maaor 
ATMS). LYMMHAVEM 

BcmcxiGB. 

VIKSRIA BEACH BOR- 
00GB 

S. Appilcattoa of Crows 
Stottoaa. toe., bf Jos^ 
Lavte', iUtoraey, tor a 
Coadtltoaal VaePwraittto 
opento aaaatoBMibUeaer- 
vtoe stattoa od ear wash 
oa eertato pnpetijr begto- 
1^ at a poiat 439.44 fori 
Weri of BOUy itoad, rva- 

aa «rim» of in.S4 
atoag tbe »»«i side 
of LMttto ftmd. rmm 
a distoaee of 158.0 8 Itet 
ataag tbe Weslen priop- 
M^ Uae. rmtat a dto- 
tainof 200.lileetaioi« 
lie Ma^Mra pnp«if itoe 
aad naalng a tt^ace of 
m.^toctaJoHritorEast- 

peeff «eatafiB O.Tt-acre 
■ore or toss. URGIMIA 
MMCH BCmXKiE. 
4. AppUcatton of Hearir 
K. Edvdri. I»A EdBBtot 
BaBdiag Cocp., tor a 6a- 



BMri^ Itadd^CeMw, 
Clrierit CoHi Mom f. 
nrt SmMsm Xt-t to bere- 
bf atoended udnKHitato- 
ed to riMd u kOknm: 
Oatote tUi^-toar and ta- 
aertttlr^-flTe to ibe first 



ms ordaaaee sbaU ba 
afla^fe oa nd after Feb- 

Aifeptoi by tlM Condll af 
tte C^ of WiiAte Beacb. 
VIrftUaoatte ndayof 
OaeeaAer, 1974. 



rnljaaaiia ''^ ^* '' " 



Use Penatt to 

c c M J i a et a t«o-toaUJyde- 
^M inmim (ddplex)oa 
entato pnpn^ oureatly 
soaad B-1 a««<*"M^i ims- 
tikt be^ayag al a potri 
59 feet Weil ^BatttoAte- 
aM. iwriaKatf^uMeof 
9t Hal tk^ tte ftiatt 
of Tki^ Ai^ae, 
tiMaaeeef.100 

HI Hm Wealrira 

propwiy Uae, raart« a 
ttriaace of 50 feet alo^ 
tte Wn a tb a ra property Uae 
and naadag a distance of 
100 feet stoat tt* Ba^m 
pneerty Itoe. Saldnareil 
to kaovB as Loto 30 aad 
SZ.Blocfca,lfapof8bore 
ACTM aad cantos 5000 
sqnara feet (Sbnc Acres- 
Sbadoa Lava He^a 
Anas). 

VXBGOIIA BEACH B(Mi- 
CWGH. 

BAnmEBOWWGH 
5. A p Nic a tt oa of Tide- 
atfer Cnrvetto CUb, lac., 
tte UcMSM by Jaa^ U. 
GaUaghri-, Tlttora^. km a 
Coadtttoad VsePeraittln- 
recraatioaal fuUldea of 
aa oaldoar Batim(e«Mac- 
tiag gyayttaaM by ap- 
pUcait's maOmn to- 
ndviiig q^w^ ear nlttes) 
oa eeitoto propef^ toea- 
tedvWtt tte paibi^ area 
ri tte SoatteaM ewaer of 



Vlrglite Bearil BOirite«ard 
oal Henee Aveaae, raa- 



1^ a d^aee of C4?.06 
feet atoag tte lf«tten 
pnpnty Uae of vitiU «0 
feet to tbe Soatt side of 
Vi^^ria Be^ Betfevaid. 
raariag a«AmM^^ 
feri jMre w ton atoag 
tbe bat ride of IBkMvee 
AimaH (iNtt^ M*tor- 
SOB Avaaae) raMlag adto- 
toaee of m.n feet atoi« 
lie Ibattrifa iN«p«1y Itoe 
(VnpOMd Colambis 
wari) aad nuriag a dto- 
biace of 1^ feri aMsre or 
iMs atoag tte laslwa 
^opn^ty^Uae of iMdi 
MO feet to tbe Weri ekfe 
of Eritori &iad. &id par- 
eri aaum tt.m acres 
atU armaf soaad B-i 
C^aUti Antoess Nstrtot. 
ffmlnok Area). BAY- 

I&baril J. Wriibqa 
C^Ctort 

Jaa. 1,1.8 



AM 




turner B, I^Aw Iw a 



omuMumcm it> 

Am BEtM- 
DAJN CHAPTER IS, SEC- 
TK^ 13-1 Um lS-2 OP 

TV com ormcTTf 
or wmok KACB bc- 
LATOG TO tUKmom 

' IMnM,ti AMU VUTINU 
PMffrft 



csamt OFiTOBLicAtiaR 

k tte Ctork'a (XQee 
ritteClr«tt(kMUtaftbe 
aty of mn^ria Baacb. 
m lie I'M day of De- 
enriiM-. 19^. 
OoaaUW. teeae, 
PUatlft, 

ItonaL. Beese, 
O^adari. 

Tbe ob^ of tUs ntt 
to to oblato a divorce a 
vlacido matrTmoait from 
tte aald driMari. qpoa 
tbe greaata ri desertioa. 

Aad aa alflitoftt havte 
baea ande aad filed tM 
tte defeadaat to a m- 
rerideat of Ibe St^ of 
^fdbto. tte tori ia»«a 
post office addraas briiw: 
Boato 2 Boa M5. Moi«a- 
bela. I^an. It to ordn^ 
that she do i^ipear ben 
withto tea flO) itoys alter 
dne paM lc at lo a hereof, and 
do what may be aensnry 
to protect ber irierest to 
thUsait. 

A^m-Teste: XSM V. 
FEirpffiSS: CL^HC 
JeOny G. Haveiwm. Atty. . 
207 Plasa One Bkto. 
Nortolk, Va.. 

Dec. IB. Jaa. 1. 3, 15 4t 



ORDER OFPUBUCATIQM 
to tbe Clert's Office 
of tte ClroM Coart of 
tte <^ of Vtt^ria Beach, 
oa tte Mtt day of Decem-- 

Ptoiamr, 



Mary E. Mfa^los Oarfc. 



Tbe obieet of tUs srit 
to to oMato a dfraree a 
riaoito UatrtoKmil from 
tte aatddateadari, apoatbe 
pvaada af IMag aqiar- 
ato ud ^ut tor aMire 
ttaa two yean. 

Aad aa atB^vtt baring 
been aado aad filed ttat 
tbe dataMU to a aoa- 
nritad of tte SMt of 
Vln^ m, last taanm 
poR ofllee addmsbriag: 
Ml BoMTTHUe Boad. 
Opp» Uarwero. Mary- 
toad tt to onte^ tbat 
abe do mear ben vltt- 
to toa (10) ^y> after dae 
pritfloAoa beraot, aad do 
abri Buy be aeeessary to 
pratoct ber iaterest tottis 
salt. 

A eom-Teste: JOBM V. 
FBITBESS: CLERK 
Bry4|es. Rammen A Had- 
giMp.4. 

13(9 Laridn Road 
Va. Beach. Va, 

Dec. 25. Jaa. 1, 3, 15 4t 



OUDCR 
VIK^niA: Of THE 
CLERK'S OFFICEOFTHE 

c^cinr COURT OF im 

OTT PF YwsaaA 

KkCB. CM THE Slad 

DAT OF OCTtnSR, 1974. 

to n: Adopltoa of Oar- 

rtoS. Lane 

Bf. Matttmr E. Waro,Jr. 

Petlttoaen 

To: Rodaqr W. Lane 

AddnuUakaora 

to Cbaaeery 

iC-»-14444 
TUs «iy omelfettbea 
E. Wuo. Jr. Md, ^ttt- 
iamt, Md r^MMated 
Hiri^tteeNecloftUsjwo- 
esategtoto^Mttead- 
epUM of tte Men aaai- 
ed Mut (s), Dnrta 8. 
LMa.^ltottie«E.Waro, 
Jr. aad, baMaat wd wUe, 
aad aflUarit ta«« beM 
amde aad ft^ ttat fod- 
m$ W. Leap, a attnl 
penal of said cbild. to 
a an-r«M^ of tti i^te 
ofnrrtita,ttetorihB0VB 
pari S&x aMaas b^:*^ 
WaovB tt to tter^on 
(^^taadttritbaaaUnid- 
aey W. I^e appear be- 
iMN^ttds&iMtiMdatM 
(m «iys a^^ pMttotea 
«l ttto CM^Mdtottsto 
btoa tttta i to toa iw uba^-a- 



irtaedeainttei , 

to pnteri Us bMmt to 

Aeewterir. 

«* V. FeatriM, Qmk 

IWtoa F. Baiaride p.q. 

•SlUiaUiftMi 



D«. S. Jaa 1. 3. 15. m 



Mm 



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n fm (mcmt €xnm 
or fw cmt 00 vtt- 

WOiL BEAGB, fnSU4 

flH » 4iQr of DtenUMtt, 

1114 

Wti Ibiir TnuA BUisaty, 



tt mHurlic ttM a re- 

of W «Mte ttt^Ti^ 

tte Mb «■! teteads 

agiiMt Iwr'MtatekMtea 

Ml IM ito Mi^ tan 
doiCd ^le« tt» qpttUr- 
i^fa^ OB aottos of Buk 

Pcnml BMNiMltfliw; 
ITtt O^dBt^Mitte 
atmat* of, MriatteOwrs 
WhmM bi tt* Mtate 
do AMFcnM.i/aqrOejr 
eai, oi Ike IMl ihr <d 
Jtaau7, Iffff , Mi»<e tUs 
CooH ai Us oMrtrooiB, 
tt^tuA tke fiyiHrt «ad 
Mlvny of the Ertete o( 
Ibnr TriuA MU«^, de- 
<WMt^, to tM 1^^ 

ta heato; ud tt is FUX- 
fSEB OWMFBTCT) tM tte 
fonr^ pratiMi of tkia 
order be prttllrted ote a 
veA ta- two MMMsiTe 
Mdu ii tte "VUt^ 
Beaek in," a Mvapaper 

eral dnitatka ia tte dt]r 
ofTiq^BeadL 
A Co^ T^: Jbta V. 
FaalraH, Cterii 
Skterl D. Otf, Attoraejr 
lor Ei fTt t ftr sif the Es- 
t^oCHiiir 1^a«UlIs- 
<ri)t, Deeeatad. 

Jaa. 1, 1, » 






CffiOQi OF PUBLICATION 

', yiSGDilA: nt TBE 

CLEIOCS OFFICE OF 

. TBE JUVEMILE AMD DO- 

HESnC 'BELATK)I«S- 

c<wirr €0 tut cmr oi- 

' VIBGimA BEACB, ON 
TBE 11 DAY OF DEC- 
EMBEB, im. 
aMIftaiWEALTO OF 
. VDKJOilA 
tea aiade aad Bled that 

to re: Joka A. Pwr^ 

.. Tke oklect of tUt- inv- 

tf eeediac U to s«sante the 

, $bBm aaned iaaat, «dd]d 

ofVlmUltoTeltadKareB 

tti parinto, aad to 
aiit, MM liAAto tt» care 
aad ewtody ol ttw Vir- 
fiiria Baadi Dqartanat of 
Social Sn^eea «Mi toe 
(Igtt of aaM ,B|^B^ to 
to tte iabrt's 



- hi 



Aad u aflhtovU lavtoc 
,WNiO Perxvl aad Karin 
Pvnl are 1^^s$mpir- 
tw to tttepaiteadtat; M 
die dil^i»Uile«i»etf 
to aactftaia ia 4hU eo«- 
ti «r coiTortfhia he is, 
wMoot effect, tt is 
O^MRID im nt^ 
fiyW aad KaNpFwrd 
di appear h«e itthU 10 
dqis after itae piddicatiae 
tmtot, aad do «tat majr 
be B^essary to ptt^e^ 
Mheir iaterest iafldssett 
AC»IV nSTE: 
Difewa G. GdT: D^dy 

DenU B. Statos 
(MttioaCT) 

Dae, II, U, ^ 1, i 4t 



<»DER OF PUBLICATION 
la the Cleric's Offiee tf the 
Cirmt Cowl of the City 
<tf Virfinia Beach, on the 
16tb day of December, 
1974, 

^trida Ann Ladiey Brod- 
-; eridc, 

;rpiairti0. 
■ ','. i^aiest 

, : (kry den BrodfTridt, 
;' DelHHtant. 

The «hjed of tUs smt 
_^ls to drtain a divorce a 
''rtttulo matriBJOBii from 
tte saiddefaBd^4>ostte 
' fro^ib of faff^ lived se- 
parate il excess <rf two 
(2) yrars without <:ohab- 
Itotion. 

And an af ttdavit haviiK 
hen m«le>and Med that 
•/ tke <^«dant a non-res- 
; id«t'of the State d Vir- 
^ pda, the last taam post 
' eM^ aOOress iieti^: 1621 
Ted Avenue, &n Mateo. 
*/ California 94401 it is or- 
' d««d that be do afprar 
" nt«rest in tws soit. 
V A eopy- Teste: JOHN V. 
(-. FOn^ES: CLERK 
-: • lUph D. Kathermao 
li- ^MyPud 
^i 1W Bewtovn Rd. 
.' Norfdk, Va. 



the aid defeated, qx» the 
grounds of desertioa. 

And IB afficarit tevinc 
been nade and filed that 
the ddendant ta'^ non- 
resident d the Sme d' 
Virgida, the last kaovn 
p(»t (M^ address bdag: 
c/ffB.H.Trl^dt.:m M- 
mn Drife, Pwrii, Calif* 
orda 92370 it is order- 
ed that she te app!»r here 
witotn tea (10) days after 
(toe priHtoatlaa he»d, and 
do «hd<aii0 be aMesaary 
to prdect her iderest in 
tUsmL . 

A cqnr-Tcste: X>8M V. 
TEMTHESS: CLERK 
CM* H. Gay, Jr. 
^1 River Road 
Virgida B^ch, Va. 23454 

Dee. II. m, Jaa 1, I, 4t 



iMd nay be Kcessary 
to pttUtA their iatered 
intUalMit. 
ACOFTTWrEi 
EUiabdhX. BeahyjCleit 
IQ&TUiMikHm, 
Oapertiliat d Sodal Ser- 
fk^ (MittoMr) 

Dee. M, 21, A* 1, I « 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In UK Cleit's Office dthe 

Circdt Coert of the City 

d Virgida Beach, on the 

12th diy d D«%mber, 

1974. 

Ellidt CraytOB Ptffter, 

PUldiff, 

a^iasl 

Tanya June Porter, 

Ddeadatt. 

The *]ed d this sdt 
is to obtoin a divorce a 
measa et thoro to be la- 
ter nergad lato a dvorce 
a viBCdo mdrimodi, from 
the said defeadad, epoa 
the gronads d desertion. 

And an aflidavit having 
been made aad filed tlot 
the ddendant is a aon- 
fcddMt d the mate d 
Virgida, the lad kaowa 
pod oHIn address bdag: 
P.O.Boi 415, Bath, Soatk 
Cardina I9I}6 itUorder- 
ed^OMt ske do appear h«!« 
vtOiB 10 <k») dam dta- 
dw paUicMai k««d,nd 
do vhd HMi ba aeccsaary 
to prdad her iatar^ to 
Udsaitt. 

A eenr-Vsste: .JOUR V. 
FEMTBESB: CI^X 
Osto H. Gay, it. 
»71 River Road 
Tlrgida Beaek, Virgtoia 
23454 

Dec. U, 2S, Jan. 1, I, 4t 



CADER 
VBK^NU: IN TBE 
CLEiaCS (MTFICE OF TBE 
COKrUlT COURT OF TBE 
CITT OF VIRCmfIA 

BgACH, ON ,TBp IITH 
DAY OF DECEMBER, 
1974. 

d^anla 




Ar- 



M&iafUHr 
MWteRS 
ToiJoM^kHk^ds 
»n Firedi|e Bead 
Qeaveake, Vlliiida 
ta(%aae«y 



fC-74-lfl1 

TUs Ay eaoM Oliver 
Fidier aad ArtoWa Fish- 
er, PdWflBRlt, aid re- 
Iffeseated Ihd toe obiect 
d this proeeadlBg to to 
dtod toe adopUoa d tke 
abon aaaed tolut <i), 
»u«a Ettaahdk Mduls. 
byOttwr nAaraadAr- 
Mhla FidMT, hi^aad aad 
vtfe, aad aflUtevft haTii« 
beta Blade aad filed flat 
Jeai^ NUHAa, a aatai^ 
pefM al add (Md (x), 
to reddHfl m toe aato. 
dViiiWa.toetodkBB«B 
pod' da« aMTMi b^g: 
30» FtaMO* Hoad, 
ChpaapMte, Ti^gHa. 

B to tkeretort Ontorad 
thd toe said i(»^ 
Ibcbds m)«u- bdDfe ttto 
Coart dtUatoa(indays 
'afl»r pAUcattoe d thto 
tete aad todi^ his/ 
alUIWe tomd ^ pro- 
posed Bttopttoa, tk other- 
vtsa do i4d to aeccssary 
to ptotatA Us totend to 
fids m^er. 
Aeepyteste: 

4oha V. Fentress, Cfeit 
^ritog V. WaU»r p.q. 
5»FeB(ter«*ared 
Morfolk, Virgida 

Dec. II, K, Jaa". 1, 8 4t 



1^ 



Dec.' II. S, Jan. 1,1 4t 



a* MDBR OF PUBLICATION 
fli to the Clerti's ««<» d 
•-<i the Circdl Court d the 
-> City d Virfima Bi^ch, 
m toe 12th (by d 
<^ DKMBber. IOT4. 
'I Jame P. Makiey, 

' Cwdtoe Asa Mdlqr, 

DdMAlM. 
The <^cct d Ids sdt 
'Ua.Ji.^tito^a dwwe i 

VMia d ttaro to fee la- 
' tar jaeii^ iato a dvone 

a vincvio mstiModi, from 



(«DER OF PUBUCATIOH 

yhKnnA: m the 

CLIP'S OFFICE OF THE 
JUVEHDUE ANPDMl^- 
TIC RELATKMB OWRT 
OF THE CITY OF VIB- 
ONIA BEACH, ON THE 
ISTH DAT OF DECEMBER 

1174. 
aaonMirEALTH OF 

vmaMiA 

to ra: Chii^vk»- IMl 
Pe<* 

The dijed d Ms ftro- 
cetdlBg to to separato toe 
tbam aamed kAd, cUld 
d JUato Mkuw aad 
naA btheiiae Feck, 
penanratly tnm lis par- 
m^ aad to e«»mit sato 
bAd to toe atn and 
cMed^ U flw Vir^Bu 
BmA O^utoMd d&- 
dd Servile with toe d|^ 
d saM Mey to «»SMt 
to toe fold's adop^. 

^ aa dfida^ invii« 
baaa ante aad ffiod ttat 
rum tstmm mtVi^ 
ftttMw fl^ arepnyer 
partes to Ws] 
hd - 
veA to aw^rtato to itet 
cMi^ w ttrpimtttM he 
to, wmxnA dkd. It to 

m^am m miup 

pMleatka iMed, aad do 



puBuc mmcE 
cmr OF vniGiMA 

Tke foltoatog a b a a d q a ad 
vMidas i^ie raaioved 
ftda toe i^ieda d tte 

City d VlifWa Beach: 
IMS White M^ 4 dOOT 
haiitlep, ItatfflattaB 
aaaMrWIOlMia 
MM Ban^ 4 door 
tei^, IVn Virgida 
l^eoe BBG-4M 
l^ae ^rtdiM have beea 
ri^nrcd to Pnago Exsoa, 
Rode 2, B(a ^22, Vir- 
dala Beaeh, Virginia, 
IMS*. Tine o«Ber or any 
parsM hadag Mcail^ to- 
teri^ aiay claia Ms ve- 
hteto vtthto three (3) 
iiidts d tke date d toto 
Boitoe by paying aU tow- 
tag, pftesM^ttoe, aad sto- 
rage iterfM. Faltore by 
the ona or penoas hav- 
tag aaori^! iderest to 
aimetoa tketr rigkt to re- 
daiai tta ^dde withto 
the Ubm podded shaU be 
daaand a t»lwr aad shall 
be coostraed as consed 
to the nto dthe afaaa- 
doaed adw vekicte d a 
pdritoaKttoo. 
wiWJlads, 
^toldFoitoe 
H-CTenry. Caplato 
Comaaadlag Officer 
Tiia teftgaM 
VWD: BCTrUe 

Jaa. 1 It 



NOnCE 
Virgida: 

The regdar meeting d the 
CooBCil dthe City d Vir- 
gida Beach will be held 
to toe Coaacll Chambers d 
tke AdaiiaMvtioa Bdld- 
Iflg,- City 1^, Priacess 
Ane Stotidi, Virginia 
Beadi, Virgida, on Mon- 
(toy, January 13, 1975, at 
tm P.M. d which Ume 
the following applications 
willbetoard: 

CHMGE 0¥ ZONING DIS- 
TRICT CLASSinCATIORS 
BATSDE B(BUWGH 

1. Fetitlott d Oscar Lewis, 
Claada, Bdley aad James 
E. Jegarao^ Trustees of 
Wiihtogtoalnrtge. 139, for 
a CkAige d Zeaing Ois- 
trid CtoasiflcatioB from 
R-6 Residential Ustrid to 
0-1 Office Ustrid on cer- 
tato d'flper^ begtadag at 
apatotSM.4fadltai«d 
Wehtaa Sred (fomeriy 
Gran ared) betwera 
Frod Boad aad Eagletoe 
Laae, mntog a dlstaaceof 
12.2 fed atoag the Ead 
side d Eagteton Lane, run- 
dag a distaace d 210 feet 
aloeg the Mortoem pro- 
per^ Itoe, nH^ag a dto- 
taoce d 12.2 tod along 
tte Wed side d Frost 
Road, and rmning a dis- 
tarce d 210 fed along 
theSoMMfB property Une. 
Said pared coatoins 0.54 
acres more or less. 
(Gracetown - Feotresstown 
Arms). BAY^E BO- 
BOUGH. 

2. PeUUoo d Cl^e L. 
Collier for a Chainge d 
^oing Dtotrtd Classifi- 
catioa fron R-6 Reslden- 
yd mdrid to A-3 Apart- 
■«tt Distrid 00 certain 
mrt^erly located cm the 
ud side of ' Pleasure 
Hoase Boad be^nniag at a 
pdd 531.60 fed Sodh d 
Powdl's Pdd Road, run- 
ning a distaDce of 605.tS 
fed aloi% the Northern 
property line, running a 
dtotasce of 460.89 fed a- 
Img toe Eastern prqwrty 
Une (C hesapea k e Bay 
Bridge Twnel District 
Prqwrty), rvndag a dto- 
taaa d I74.«3 tod along 
the Sedheni {Hroperty line 
aad rantog a dSdaace d 
5S8.fl fed al«g tie Wes- 
tera property line d which 
1M.50 fed is the Ead 
side of Pleasure ikwse 
Rmd. Sad parcel contains 
6.113 acres, ^tesapeake 
Baa^-Berrw Gardens 
Ar^s). BAYSIDE BO- 
mOGU. 

LYNNBAVEN K>M)UGH 
I, P^tloa tif rt«ddioa d 
tte Cornell d tte C^ d 
Virginia B^di toestddish 
an BMvic a^d CMtaral 
Distrid on certain ^"oper- 
ty described as b^iiming 
at a point 450 fed more 
or l^s Wed d Littie Heck 
Road aad ruuing a ds- 
t^ee d 290 feet along tte 
SmM side d Virgida 
BeM:h ^^aevani. rnnning 
a distaace d 460 f^ala« 
the Weston pi^erty line, 
r^dng a dMaiee d 250 
tod ataqftte^^Mrn pro- 
perty nne aad rdtal^ a 
didaaee d 320 fed alo^ 
tto Eastern property line 
(said ptr^l co^ias 2.1 
tow more ot It^) nd to 
dassi^r toeintVM^ ^mrn 
as ttms Hall as an his> 
tort^ Me itoiMd de- 
siralto for ^wMraMa. 
Fids with iBWe d^lM 
totomttMa are an^Me 
totoeD^ar^nftdMtt- 
mt- (PriiM»« Ai^ Fto- 

Hlimi ktmrn). LTMH* 
HAVEN KMCmX. 



PONCESS AHHE BO- 

4. ipditloa d tte Ctty d 
Vii^nla Jiiaeh, Geaerd 
SeMedN&epartmed. tor a 
dw^^ d Z^ag District 
CtoMBlcation from R-8 

, mdrid to B-2 
i«ih|F« Baiinnet Dis- - 
t(id « Mrti^ property 
located d the Northwest 
CMver d Princess Anne 
Road and Landstown Road, 
mmiflg a dstance of 
tlW.fi fedalongtte North 
Shto d Princess Anne 
^d, md^ a distance 
d 618.35 feet al<m m 
Wed sde d Landsttm 
^dl. rondng a dstaaee 
d 1157.39 feet alMf tke 
Ks'toem prf^erty line did 
rdM« adistancedMl.12 
tod akffg tte Westerapro- 
perty ibm. Said parcel ccn- 
ialBS 18.9 acres. (Priacess 
Ave Fade Area). PRIN- 
CESB ANNE BOROUGH. 
Plaottli^ Commissitm re- 
cooam^ds aH>roval with a 
BodlBcatloa to change to 
P-1 Preservation Distrid 
tte property f roding on 
Princess Anne Road to a 
depto of ISOfed. 
AMENDMENT 

5. MotiOB d the PUnmng 
ComraisdOT of tte City of 
Virgida Beach to create 
an ordinance to amend and 
reordato Article 2, Section 
201 relating to Yards to 
provide for visibility tri- 
angle requirements at the 
idersectioB of street 
ri^^-d-way. More de- 
idled toformation is avail- 
able m tte Department of 
Plaadng. 

Richard J. Webbon 
CityOerk 

Dec. 25 aad Jan. 1. 2t 



NOTICE OF 
PUBUC HEARING 
Tte Virginia Beach Plan- 
ning Commission will hold 
a Pri>lic Bearing on Tues- 
day, Jannary 14, 1975, at 
1:00 P.M., to toe Coun- 
cil Chanters d tte Ad- 
minidration Building, 
Princess Anne Court- 
hoose, Virginia Beach, 
Virgida. Tte following ap- 
pUcatioBS will appear on 
tte agenda: 

SdxUvision Variance - Ap- 
ped from Decisions d Ad- 
ministrative Officers io 
regard to certato elements 
of tte &ibdivision Ordto- 
ance, Sakdivtoicni for Har- 
old F. Crist. Pn^rty lo- 
cated (» 63rd Street. Ptoto 
wito A>re idormation are 
Mailable to tte De- 
partmed d Planning. 
BEFEBBED BAtK TO 
PLANNIIK: COMMISSION 

BY cmr.aniMciL: 

1. PetittaadFird Assem- 
bly d God by Grover C. 
Wr^, Jr., Attorney, for 
a dhange of Zoning Dto- 
trid Classification from 
R-8 Reddedial District 
to 0-1 Office Distrid 
(modified from B-1 Bus- 
iness District) on cer- 
tato property located 'ba 
tte Sodkwest corner of 
Virgida Beach Boulevard 
and Oceana Boulevard, 
/ runaing a distance of 245 
fed doag tte South side 
d Virgida Beach Boule- 
vard, nraitog a distance 
d 154.72 fed dong the 
Wed sMe ef Ocnna Boo- 
levard, maaing a distance 
d 245 fed atongtoeSouto- 
ern pnqiierty Une and run- 
ning a distance d 154.72 
fed doeg toe Western pro- 
perty Um of which 123.72, 
fed is tte East side of 
Roselynn Lane. Said par- 
cel U known as Lds I, 
2,3,4.5, and Part d Ld 
44, Plat of Hillcrest and 
ODBtoins 0.8 acre more or 
1ms. (OceuNi Gardens 
Area). LinWHAVEN BOR- 
OUGH. 

2. Petitiw d Allan D. 
MlUer and Nedae K. Mil- 
l& bf Grover C. Wright 
Jr. Atttfrney, for a Chaqce 
of Zodng District Classl- 
flcatlma from R-8 Re- 
sidMtol IXdrtot to 0-1 
Offia Qtotrid (modi- 
fied from B-1 Business 
Distrid) (m certain pro- 
perty locatMl on tte Sodh- 
ead «>raer of Virgtoto 
Beach Boulevard and 
Oc«ma Bmlevacd, rmdi% 
a dtotance d 223. 30, tod 
dong the Sodh dde of 
Vtri^da Beach Bodevard, 
nnidng a distance of 
^.30 feet ala% toe Smito 
shto of Virginia Beach 
B<Ndevard, runni^ a dis- 
tance d 135 feet along 
tte Ead side d (keaaa 
B<Kilet^rd, running a dis- 
tance d 222.84 toet drag 
tte Sodtern pn^erty line 
and iwdi^ a distonce of 
135 fed alo!^ toe East- 
em pn^rty line. Said 
parcel is known as Part 
dLd 40, Hd dOi^M 
Gn#»s Mdcontoisr 0.7 
acre auMreorless. 
(Oe^L^^#^^^^ 

3. Mdtoa d tte Ktd^ 
Commisdm d tte City of 
Virgida BmA to ammd 
aad reontato ArUele 1, 
&«ttoB HI, d tte Con- 
prehead ve ft»iag OrtU- 
naa^ p«tydag tottsDe- 
Bdteas d cMMiKetol 
aad Ii iIiBiiHiI Jilyiiil h 

toanOMetotoel^^rt- 
i^dFtotrntij 

4. IMtoB d tte Ftann^ 




Part C, SecttoB 2^, d 
toe Conp-d^dyj 
OJ^awe 

c«dittohal ; Usi» " s«l". 
StiwturaK d auiq^ fcos- 
pltols, p«uds, shelters, 
commercid and resideo- 
Ud kraaels. More (totoil- 
ed tatornaation is Avail - 
dile to the Dcpartil<vt of 
Plattdhg. 

5. Motion d tte Plaadng 
Commissira d tte City 
of Virgida Batch to amend 
aad ra^dato Arttcto 4, 
Sedtoa 401 (c) (2) d tte 
Conp^easlve Zoatog 
(ta^^gice pertain^' to 
CooAttoiml Uses andSra- 
ctarea in tte AG-1 Afrl- 
cdturai Didrid for 4d- 
md hosdtato, powds, 
t^ftim, commerdal aad 
fMhtonttol kennels. More 
detified Idormatioa is 
available in tte Depart- 
ment of Planmng. 
DEFERRED FOR M DAYS 
BY PLANNING COMMIS- 
SION ON OCTOBER 8, 
1974: 

6. ResdatloBdtteCtMm- 
cil of toe City of Vltftoia 
Beaeh to create an ord- 
nance to amend aad re- 
(mtoto the Comprehen- 
sive Zodag' Ordiiunce d 
tte City of Virgida Beach 
relating to Regutotioas tor 
Ma]or RecreationdEqdp- 
ment. More detoiled infor- 
mation is available to tte 
Department of Plandi^. 
DEFERRED FOR 60 DAYS 
BY PLANNING COMMK- 
S»N OF NOVEMBER 12, 
1974: 

7. Petition of Rosemod 
Company for a Change of 
Zoning District Classlfi^ 
cation from R-5 Re- 
sidential Distrid to A-1 
Apartment District on cer- 
tain prc^erty located on tte 
Ea^ side Of indiaii River 

Road and begtnntaig at a 
potat 740 feet more or 
less North of tlie Virginia 
Eledric and Power Com- 
pany RigM d Way, run- 
ning a dstance d 
4739.36 todd««tte Wes- 
tern Boimdary line of which 
759.99 feet to tte 
Eastern boundary d In- 
dian Riv^r Road (exclu- 
ding that parcel of land 
owned by the City of Nor- 
fdk), rowing a distance 
of 3094.39 feet along the 
Northern property line, 
running a distance of 
3475.53 feet along the 
Eastern boundary itoe and 
running a dstance of 
2977.03 feet 'along toe 
Soutoem boundary Une. 
Said imrcel contains 155. 
004 acres and exduites 
thd portion of property 
currently teing consider- 
ed for rezoning to A-2 
Apartraed District and 
B-2 Caramumty Business 
District containing 51.617 
acres as shown on the plat 
avdlable to toe O^nrt- 
med of Ptondng. (Sbuqiy 
.Lake-Indian Lakes Area). 
XEMFSnLLE BOROUGH. 

I. PetUion d Roiseniod 
Coavafey for a Change d 
Zoatog Dtotrict Classi- 
ficatioo fromR-SResid«i- 
tail District to A-2 Apart- 
med Dtotrid on certato 
lutiperty beginmng at a 
potot 2233^ feet more or 
^eta IHuth d the Virginia 
Eledric and Power Com- 
pany Right of Way and 115 
feet more or less Norto- 
ead d Indian River Road, 
mratog a distance of 1774 
te^ more or less along tte 
fibottem txHindary Itoe 
(Proposed Ly^iaven 
Parkway), nmning a ins- 
tance of 1272.46 feet alcmg 
the Western boundary Itoa, 
ruining a distance of 1^. 
15 feet dong toe Nortifern 
boundary line and nmUng 
a distance of 972.96 fed 
aloi% toe Northern Une. 
Sdd parcel contdos 38. 
029 acres. Plat with more 
detdled idormation is 
avaitoble in toe Depart- 
ment of Ptonning. (Stuniqr 
Lake- Indian Lakes Arras). 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

9. PeUtion of Rosemont 
Company for a Chaise of 
Zonii^ District Classi- 
ficafim fr«n R-5 Resi-- 
d^sdd District to M-Z 
Commudty Business EMs- 
trid ok certato prtyarty 
begiMii« at a potot 1233 
feet more or less ^H'to 
of tte Virgtoia El^bric 
and Power Company Ri^t 
of Way and 2589 feet more 
or less Northeast of to- 
diaa River Road, nuBii% 
a dstoiM:e d 700.01 feet 
along toe Sorttem bcraa- 
(tory Itoe (Proposed Lyw- 
hww Parkway), nu- 
dng a di^sce of 10M.5 
fed along, the Eadern 
boundary line (Proposed 
Ftoasad Vally Road Ex- 
tendi) and runni]« a dis- 
taw^e d 469,86 feet dong 
tte Norttera bouidary Um 
nd runaiag a dista«» of 
172.96 fed ala« tte Wes- 
ters bouadary Um. Sad 
piml i»»lains 13.588 
acres. Plat wito more ito- 
taiM idorndioatoavall- 
dde ia tte Departnwt d 
(lannii^. (SumRy Lake- 
ladiaa Lates Arras). 
KEMPSVILLE BOmxa. 

10. Petitin of tUmmmoA 
Co^any tor a Change d 
%mm Hstrtet Classifl- 
(^kM ftiMB R-5 Resklm- 
thri UiMd to B-« Re- 
MeUm Udrid m cer- 
Ma^oaertytoaiitMim^ 
Ead A dtadtaUver 



d Vlrg^ BeMiitoanewl 
and re<M'*Mto ArUcle 2, 



57S f^ more or less Soato 
d Uw Virginia Electric aad 



^arar Conpaay R^d 
i;ad^ta>ee 
dWtt* 
^iWim bOHBdary line, 
4^dilga«rtUKedM05. 
29 f^ atoag tte Eastern 
bowddary Uae, rwatog a 
diteara d 5153.5S fed 
atoag fte.#»ttefB ko«- 
darit Itoe ^ porUoi d 
wUch to shown as Pn^- 
OMd L^ahavea Pailnray) 
aad raiihig a dlAncc d 
29S2JS fedatoef toeWM- 
tetv toMktery ttaedvhtok 
1432.37 fed to toe Ead 
siito d bdiaB Biver load 
Said parcel cintato^ IM. 
436 acres and ekcladea 
Old parcel ^cnva oa ptot 
avaUabte to tte De- 
partiMd d Plaantog as 
"Ceiaetory - Property d 
Olhen.' (Statonr I^i»- 
Indiaa Lakes Areu). 
KMPSnLLE BCnOWB. 

11. PetlUoo d Re^BOd 
C(HBpaqr for a Chaage d 
Zoaiag Dtotrtot Ctosd- 
aeaOaa trott B-9 Red- 
deattol Mdrid to B-tBe. 
sideattd Dtotrtd on cer- 
tato |»tiperto be^nsisg d 
a pold ml ShA man 
or less Norto d tte Vir- 
gida Electric aad P«w- 
er Coflmaay BlgM d Way 

» and 3^9.79 fed Mortk- 
ead d Indian Biver Road, 
rdmlag a dtotaace d2061. 
02 fed aloi« tte Soott' 
era boaadary line (Pro- 
posed Lyanhaven Park- 
way^wniag a distance d 
2569.90 fed dai«tteHor- 
toem boundary line, aad 
runnihg a distance d 1844. 
73 fed dong fiie Wedern 
boaadary Une (a portim 
d which is Pn^oaadPtoa- 
sant Valler Road Fxtend- 
ed). Sdd pareel is trian- 
gdar to stepe iai eoa- 
toias *2.687 acrra. Ftof 
wito more detoiled idor- 
auttoa to avaitoble in toe 
Departmed d Planaii%. 
(Stnmpy Lake-todian 
Lakes Arras). 

. REGULAR AGENDA: 
CHANGE OF ZONING DK- 
TBICT CLASSIFICA- 
TK)HS: 

12. Petition of Powell and 
Hudley Incorporated by 
Melvto Friedman, Attor- 
ney, for a Chaise of Zcm- 
ing District Classification 
from A-1 Apartment Dis- 
trid to B-2 Commudty 
Busiaess District on cer- 
tdn iHvperty located on 
toe Sodbwest corner of 
HoUy Road and Ptoe- 
wood Road, running a dto- 
taace of 279.40 fed along 
tte SoDto side of Pine- 
wood Road, rundag a dto- 
tance of 160.61 4^ doag 
tte Eadern proMi^ Uae 
of which 110.611^ to tte 
Wed side d Hdly Boad, 
madng a distance d 265. 
40 led along tte Souto- 
ern property line and 
runntog a distonce of 160 
feet dong the western pro- 
perty line. Said parcel 
codaiiK 0.848 acres more 
or less (Linktorn Park 
area) VIRGINIA BEACH 
BOROUGH 

13. PeUtion d M * M 
Investmed Ccnporattoa by 
Grover C. Wright, Jr., At- 
torney, for a Chance d 
Zoung Distrtot Classifi- 
caU(m from A-1 Apartmed 
Didrict to B-4 Resort 
Commercul Distrid oa 
property b^indag d a 
potot 70 fed North d 20to 
Street running adstaaced 
130 feet dong toe Eastern 
property Une of wUdi 60 
fed to toe Wed side d 
Aretic Avenue, running a 
distaace of 210 fed atoag 
tte Norttern prtyertyUae, 
rawing a distance d 130 
fed along the Western i»o- 
perty line and running a 
dlstapce of 210 tod aloBg ' 
tte Sodtern property Uae 
of which 100 feet is tte 
Norto side of 20tb Stred. 
Said i^rcel contains 0.45 
acre more or toss. VIR- 
GINU BEACH BOROIKJB. 

14. P^ti(» of George L. 
Gross and Judith S. Boto- 
rock for a Change d Zm- 
ing Didrict Classification 
from R-6 Residentid Dto- 
trid to B-2 Commudty 
Badness District cm {nv- 
pen^ located Scwto d tte 
iaCMBsecUM of Boaa^ 
Road and Sodh WiUMack 
Road, begin^ at a pdd 
303 fed East d Bnwiy 
Ccwrt. rumtoig a distaace 
d 100 feet doi« toe Sovtt 
slKto .of KemisdUe Ro«L 
ruming a distance d 344.7 
f(^al»g tte Eadern pro- 
perty line, ruratog a dto- 
taue d 100 tod do% tte 
Sodfeera property Une aad 
rawi^ a dsta^ d 352.9 
teti atag tteWesterapro- 
perty Itoe. Said i»rcel con- 
tains 0.77 acre. (Kemps- 
dUe Am). KEMPSVILLE 

«>kxk;b. 

15. PdttiiM d Moitosori 
Assoctotes, AI^rtaerAip. 
for a Cha^e of Zodng 
Distrid Classificdisa 
ttma A-1 ^artaiMl Us- 
trtd to 0-1 (Mice Mrtrtot 
<M p^qperty toeated d tte 
SOittwed corner d Hortt 
Wltetotek Road and Ca- 
thedrd . Drive, running a 
dtotoace d 1S5.S6 fed 
B(a« M- Iras aloag tte Wrat 
ste oT.Cattadrd IMve, 
r^dng adstaw:edl64.S2 
fed nore or Iras atoag 
toe Saoto site d MMto 
Wltohftedi Ro^. rwte 
a ddanee d ^.71 to^ 
■ore w less ktoag te 
Wedera ytyarty Uae aad 

fed akngtteSi^hem pro- 
perty itoe. &id pareel CM- 



tatos 1 acre more or toss. 
(Bnidtikc ffiores Ana). 
NCnBEW^UGH. 

16. PetlUdl d Hertert D. 
teito and Mary H. Staito 
lar a Change of Zodng ' 
Distrtd Classitiediioa 
from A-1 A|»rtraed IMs- 
trid to. B-2 ComnwnUy 
tastoras iXiAld Clasai- 
ficattoa OB rartoto prq>erty 
begtodag at a pdd W6A1 
tod Wrat d Ctesqwira 
TraU Hd raaaiag a dis- 
toaea d 113.27 tod atoi« 
tte Vwto side d Vliftoto 
Bradi Bodevard, madog 
a dstaace d 116.14 fed 
atoag tte Wedern poverty 
line, rmmiag a di^Ace d 
125 fed dwg tteRortoem 
property ltos«adnratfng 
#dtotaiK» St 211.71 tod 
ak»g tte Eadein ^t^erty 
Um. Said sarcel OMtains 
0.6 acre more or toss. 
(Ctenpelan Catooy Arra). 
LTNHflAVEN BOROUGH. 
USE PERMITS: 

17. Apdiciytioa d Hertert 
6. Smk aad Mary H. Smito 
fd a Codltioral Vse Per- 
fflU to operate a rUing 
academy wito torses for 
haardiog on certato pro- 
perty located on toe Sodh 
side of Lond(» Bridge 
itoad, aad begindng at a 
potd 4105 fed more or 
less Wed of Oceana Boote- 
vard, running a distance 
d 1337.34 fed aloi« toe 
Sodh side of London Bridge 
Road, roBdag a dstance 
d 416.^ feet along tte 
Western property Itoe , nin- 
dag a distance of 1105 
fed more or less along tte 
Sodtern pnq;)erty itoe and 
running a distance of 
1063.42 fed dong toe Eas- 
tora property Itoe. Sdd 
parcel codaias 20 aferra 
Btore or Iras. PRINCESS 
ARNE BOROUGH. 

STREET CLO^JBES: 
II. AppUeatiOB d E.A. 
Smito tor tte dtocm- 
ttouance, dosureandaban- 
donmrat d a portion of 
63rd Strad, begtoning at 
a pdd 934.(W fed Wed 
d Atlaatlc Avenue and 
raadng a distaace d 165.0 
fed along tte Norto side 
d Lot 7, Block 1, Section 
2, New Virgida Beach, to 
the Eastern boundary d 
Seastere State Park. Said 
street is 80 feet to widto 
and coatdns 13,000 square 
feet more or less. 
(North Virgida Beach- 
seastere State Part[ Arra). 
LYNNBAVEN BOROUGH. 

19. An>licatiQa of M 4 M 
Investmed Corporatira bf 
Giwer C. Wr^ft, Jr.. At- 
tortey, for" tte"'ds- 
codtouance, closure and 
ateadoament of a portion 
d a 20-fod aUey located 
to Block 44, Map No. 6, 
Virgida Brach Develop- 
ment Co., b^inni^ d toe 
Wedern bouadary of Arc- 
tic Avenue aad nmning toa 
Westerly drection a dto- 
tance of 340 fed. Sdd par- 
cel contains 6100 aqoare 
fed. vmciNU BEACH 
BOROUGI. 
AUENDIffiNTS: 

20. ResototiOB of toeCoim- 
cU d tte City d Virgida 
Brach to amend and re- 
ortldn Secticm 1.2 of toe 
SdidivtotoB Repilations 
pertaining to tte defidUon 
d "dibc^lsioB" to order 
to provide proper admid- 
strative review for farm- 
ettes. More detailed idor- 
raaticw is avaitoble to toe 
Dqiartmrat of Planning. 

21. jtesotaUoB of toe Coun- 
cil d tte City of Virgida 
Brach to amend and re- 
ordato Article 8, Section 
801, of tte Comprehensive 
Zoning Ordinance to re- 
qdre conditiOBd use per- 
mit for private clubs and 
lodges to toe 0-1 Office 
Didrict. More detdled to- 
formation to available in 
tte Oeiartmed of Plan- 
ning. 

22. ResototiOB of toeCow- 
cil of tte Ctty ofVirginta 
Brach to aaMBd and re- 
ordain Article 1, Section 
105(d) of the Comprehen- 
^e Zoniig Ordinance per - 
tdtotog to BOB-c«tforBi]« 
lota. Uoix itotaUed Idor- 
ffldion to avaUable in the 
Departmrat d Planni^. 

' 23. MoUoe of tte PlawU« 
CommissiM of tte City d 
Virginia Brach to amend 
and reordain Article 9, 
Section 905 d tte Com- 
pretensive Zodng Or- 
dinance pertatoing to off- 
dred parUi^ require- 
mrato in tte B-1 Business 
Re^ratid District, More 
tetaUed idormaUn is 
avaitoble intteDefartment 
of Planning. 

24. Resolution d tteCran- 
dl of tte City of Viigida 
Brach to amend aad re- 
ordain Article 2, Section 
S^, of tte ComjM^hensive 
Zoil^ Ordinance, per- 
tainf^ to (tf-stred |»rk- 
iflg recpiremenls for [ob- 
Uc and noB-resMmtid 
bdldi^ to ^tfflte access 
for tte haadra^ed ordls- 
aUed persoBS. More de- 
talM inform^toa toavdl- 
aM to tte D^artment of 
naadng. 

VUb^ Witt OKM dittUM 
lidoraatioB oa tte abow 
if^tath^ arc anU^le 
to tte Departattrt d Plan- 
dag- 

AD tdertidcd^eipMS are 
toylted to attead. 
Charlra C. Cai rtliftoB 
Ul^dta-dK^^ 

I^. 25, Jan. 1. 2t 



Tke am, Jaa. 1.1975. -9 

CmDER OF «mLICATTOH 
to tte Clerk's Office d 
toe Clmntt Court of m 
Ctty d Viri^da Bradi, oe 
te ^ day d December, 
1974. 

Domia G. Farris, 
Plaatiff, 

J^ara William Farris, 
Odeadad. 

Tke d^eet d this suit 
to to oi^ato a dvorce a 
Viacdo l^trimraU, from 
tte said lefeodad, iqion 
& gnwads d diwrtioa. 
And aaiffidadttevingbera 
made aad filed that tte 
ddrated to aaon-rraident 
d tte Stato d Virginto, 
hto lad known pod office 
addrara being: U^ Venxm 
Aveaae,- Windoo Sdem, 
North Carolina it is or- 
dered that te do appear 
tere wUhto tra (10) days 
after ttae pnUicatton tere- 
of, aad do whd may te 
necrasary to prated Us 
idfrest to thto sdt. 
A copiy-Trate: JOHN V. 
FENTOESS, CLERK 
WUUam F. Buraside, Atty. 
958 Laddn Boad 
Va. Brach Va. 

Dec. 11, II, 25 Jan. 1 4t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
VIRGINIA: IN THE CIR- 
CUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VntGINU 
BEACB ON THE 4TH DAY 
OF DECEMBER, 1974 
IN TBE MATTER OF 
ADOPTION OF RUTH 
THERESA OWENS, an to- 
tont four (4) years of age 
IN CRAHCERJ 
C-74-1410 

Tte object d this sdt 
is for toe petitioners to 
obtato tte adoptioo of Rdh 
Theren Owens. PeUtiffli- 
ers pray ttat a find or- 
der be ratored to tte 
above-styled adc^cm fol- 
lowing tte adc^on and 
change d name without 
tte consed d ttenatard 
tatter, Steven P. Owens, 
whose consent to this 
adi^Uon is unditainableas 
hto wbereabouto are un- 
known or his consent may 
te withteld, contrary to 
toe test interests at toe 
chUd. 

An affidavit has bera 
made and filed that tte 
wtereabottto of tte naturd 
totter, Steven P. Owens, 
ta unknown, and to tte best 
d tte affiad's teUd te to 
ad a resldrat dtotoStote; 
It is ordered thd te apprar 
bdore thto Court wUUa 
tea durs after dneyohiira- 
UoB 01 ttto mrder aad pro- 
tect hto iderest tereto. 
A Copy Teste: JobnV. 
Fedress, Clerk 
CampteU, Lostig A Han- 
cock 

1340 Vugida Nattoad 
BankBdIdiag 
Nortolk, Virgtoto 
Attorneys for PetlttoBers 

Dec. 11. II, 25 Jan. 1 4t 



ORDER OF niBLiCATKH! 

VIRGINIA: Bf TBE OR- 

' curr COURT of the 

CITY OF VIRGINIA 

BEACH ON THE 6TH DAY 

OF DECEMBER, 1974. 

IN RE: CARL EDWARD 

DICKINSON, 

and 

LISA ANN DICKINSON, 

idanU, 

ADOPTION. 

IN CHANCERY 
DOCKET NO. C-74-1720 
The ob}ed d this suit 
to tor tte adq>tioa of Carl 
Edward Dickinson and 
Lisa Ann Dickinson, and 
tx tte change of tte name 
d sdd minor chUdren to 
Carl Edward HajdtnTand 
Lisa Ana Itajdok respect- 
ively, by John Peter Pad 
Hajduk and Virginia Bun- 
nell Hajduk, and an affi- 
davit having been made aad 
filed by tte peUtimers, 
John Peter Pad Hajduk 
and Virgida Huwell Haj- 
duk that a valid consent 
to tte adoption and change 
of Aame of said children is 
imditainable from Charles 
M. Dickinson, the natard 
tatoer of said children, and 
ftet due diUgeiM;e tesbeen 
used by aad ra bei^f d 
tte petittoMrs to as- 
certato to itoat County or 
City the said natural totter 
to, without effect, and tW 
they telieve tiiat the said 
natord tatter is nd a re- 
sident of tte State of Vir- 
gida and ^t toey pr^y 
that an onterdpiMiratian 
may te edered agdndtte 
Bt;ital |:,::i. ; , hji •• , M 
Wckinsm, wtese last 
taowB address is 403 E- 
Utile Crert Road, Nor- 
foto, Virgida. 

It is (^ERED that tte 
sdd utom totter. 
Chartes M. Uckirara. do 
an>ear terein wlt^ ten 
days after dM pd)Ucati<n 
d thto order aad do wtat 
is necessary to prded his 
toteresto. 

n is tortter ORDERED 
that toe foregoing portion 
d tte order te imblished 
OMe a w^c for four sw;- 
cesdve w^ks to the Vir- 
ginto Bradi Sm, a mws- 
inper paWdied to MCity 
d Vli^da tauA, Vir- 
gtoto 

A Ck^y Tede: Jc^a V. 
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Mail to: VIRGffllA BEACH SUN 
131 Rosemort Road 
nttmt BmcS. Virttaia 23452 



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cuunnEDMoex 




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HONDA - 450 CL - 1972, 
8,000 oriinnal mites, :jtew 
rear tire, chain, tme-up. 
taiA. Sissy i»r, taggace 
rack, bloe helmet, t995., 
eicellent condiUoa. 420- 
«34. 






M-B«lp Itatcd 

Loonnc FOR people 

«ko ««at to ctra I^X) to 
$480 a Bootii. RUt am 
tuic. For iatomatioaeaU 
4M-«U ^___ 

ARE T(» aCK AMD TffiED 

elac? If to caU 428-80(0 
alter t p.a. 

OBGAIRST OKKk 

tfrcctn- - Put tlMf 1, 
eMr, t«o serricM, pUM 
S40-5M( vMbdajn, 9.-80 
AM. to ttJO P.M. 

MASSAOf GItl 

$175 waaY 

OUAIANIH 





T a in II I 








IHIIS-WWWKM 





«iU trala 18 or over. Bb 
iMss Maa's Maaaafc 

Vaaltk ^pa. 897-S018. 



ROUTE MlVa 
TOP PAY 



to dcllTcr 
tfet VlfSWa Itach Sib 
toTartowbu- 



CaUi 



maiMa 

iBaiksM 
m'Koawaoal M. 
TtrflaUBMek 



* 3-^pi>cial Nolteet 



3-^>ecia] IM)c«s 

REDUCE SAFE Ain>rA£T 

vitt; GcflCM tMUtto ft 
E-Y^ *W»ter rate' at 
MardeaDrvg. 






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BA&Y 

8:M AM TO *m MM 

OMMMIlMrMM 



•«irwi.aMfmK<»i 

M|ilC AWaiOM MSMM 

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VilGIMA 
STUD REGISTRY 

IXXKING FOR A GOOD 
AXC registered St«d or 
PHW? 

CALL 424-2174 
91© 7 

CiMed ea WeA«itey 



BAVE T«J« PUIW TliW- 
ed tor tte HolM^ Rec- 
tal Rrt«! m., *m-9m 

ItiSf Wml^ tor 



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U- AntowttUf tor Sate 

VOLKSWAGENS 
Large Mtettion of Med 
Tctt^nicw, aMMt Models 
8Kwt ^tov^lOO per e«« 
fiaruitotd. InfcNMaciag 
ereittt i«9ro*e< ky phou 

mrrmr nucsvAcoi 



BILINGUAL VOLUIf- 
tMrs-Tlw miciMa Bead 
Sekoel tatea totalerert-'. 
•d M tbHugf m mt- 
vteM of blUiKMl (I^tafc 

asaOMHaaeaMtanace) 
vataatocra to aaMMaM: 
aata ae* to liito eoHtry. 
Iatcracte4 Udlvl- 
daals aherid eoMaet Mr. 
Jaefcaai at 417-tfK. 

tbW0MD4 
ANDM^ 
WANTED 

• 

Local GoaewB aovktriig 
tor teod pajrtog job*, ptas 
CMUMy baeftta. ||q«-' 
P«MaM aeeesiary. For 
4Nite<M CaU 49»- 
2183. 



Nffi)B)ATONCE 
2M^ 
1 WOMAN 

To flU recently created 
postttais. For hill iB- 
torwrtioD CaU «9-27ei. 

NEWXiBS 
WATTRESS - HOSTESS 
EXPi^^ 



wm trail M aew peattiM, 
910 moatk garaitec. 
Ma^ be sUe to Mart work 
UMadMty TMs is not 
rertamM «n1[.CaU4»9- 



EARH MOMET PART - 
tine ft taara * aevorMr. 
Coi^lcte trataMg pro- 
nM.CaU4»-S^ 



34-miii 



CCMIET - |»»e. ^ CYL. 
Mrtoaatte. as, power 
steertaig, ae« radiator, 
vbattery, eater pamp. Good 
tranqMrtaUoa. needs mat- 
fler aod Dee. ta^ectlon, 
1175. CaU 481-040 itter 
(p.m. 

ira OIJ38 - TraWABO, 
pale yellov «M vMiH ioe. 
Fidly etpdpfri, mm Hrea. 
EnetlMt eoadittea. nrteed 
ka- qriiA sale. $I,S00. cm 
4t4-«0? - after 6 p.ai. 
to 10:38 p.m. 



12-TredB, Trrilera, ^toepa 

1913 C-(0 DOHV TRVdC 
9.8S0., also 1914 Ford 
RMcbero. JJ.IOO., CaU 
04-9883. 



CASHlim 

RECEPTIONIST 

$140 Vedt g iar Ml eed si 
kry. No eqMflea 
aary. 

•S7.S01i 



HELP WANTED -SALES 
F«U tiiae. Chaa- 
Post, TUfWa 
te, nwrrMliil 
PtetoflaL U iNM eaa aeH 
we aa an^ yoe ■ aews- 

l*e tol a p fc o ai ariUajiTea 
m tiae Inrltod to trntf. 

I arei 



BNMtty neeipapci graap. 
The totare leatoi peat 
IMS to a M%raa|e groirtk 
ofeortoaity tor Ike rigM 
peraee. Sales «tttade ab- 
sohito^ easeadal. We«aM 
to tall to paapte «bo are 
poMtiveiy MUvyed to be 
saecoiM. Prtor sales 
eiperieaee reqMradWrtte 
^ei^Nevspaperk, P.O. 
!•■ Inl, Oe sap a eb e, Vlr- 
^ ISnO; % Mr. Bly. 
frtf ea vby yoa OM laad- 
ieflwiob -vrte today.) 



38-MwWaMed 



TmNG SBttKCS-ALL 
Unds. 18 yeanpralesstoa- 
al eneriewie. CaU 491- 
1S39 Aer 8 p.m. 

BABYSITTING - MT 
boMe, Aragoaa VUtoce, 
irf erw c es. reasonule 
nlM, 481-1891. 



MIX BABYSIT 



CbnrcblaMi. AU ages. 4M- 

ite 

WILL BABYSIT IN MY 
boae * Ardoiore Seettoa. 
Sot Lwhes, 
yard, hearty er 
eeeUy. 945-2888. 



dOLOCAXE 
avtine, 



MYBOME. 

ana. 



aUe. ^5981. 



SBWOiG AT WOmZ' 
eloOiM tor little Girls tad 
WoaM*. WUl ben, an al- 
terrttoas. (CbercUand 
area) 484-95» 



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START YOmiOVN- MA- 
WMCaipstCtoaahv, 



baas, J ew 
pnitt tor 
see eidy. 4S-80K 



«*k 



OFFSET PRnrmic 



a are w a p e r 

drealar prtoM 5e aer 
oiUcal aaat «a< 



IF 
or 



t «a«, check 
•IBi BpMTly PdUkMiiwi. 
loveal prices to Tt8e- 



CaU Geae Wea- 
doif - 841-4911 or Mor- 
ris Ky 881-9088 tor ee 
aUlfMtoa <|Mitattoa. 




43-LocaI lastr. Classes 



IMSIWKmOH CLA8RS' 

Itaracs AMes - Orderties- 
Oik aui Medical Tratote 
School, Great Brtdge. S41- 
Slf8. 



W fen- ■ 



n-OoRs. CaAs, Other PeU 



POPPIES LHASA APfO, 
oeeDeat te^or sadqaaltty, 
eh^Vioa breetag. Priced 
froa HOO to ISO. CaU 
484-8181. 



SIA 



m-uii 



8 POWYS FOR SALE EACH 
IS M( 940 mat vtth 
eHMreBean4d-8S0(. 

■nTTANY SPARSL 

P U p J es -Ottai^oa sire a 
lleU vtoaer, Dan is aa- 
ttoaal fleMrtsBipiearirad. 
Prefer 
S41-4B23 

PART OAHESE iOTI £Ng- 
oae teiMle, MeStas. 2 
Mies, Tgpecy ft JiaglM. 
8 «e«x. Pcneadl^ pta. 
Ad^theBbyeaMg4M- 
KM bCtvecB 2:30 as - 
9:10 1». 



TUBE SAMBS CATS 
tor ^ 
Mm* 

paw. Oedaewd m8 aO 
■ "- 488-m8 






Sl-Aitlelea tor Side 

111,! 

cnj,KTdis rrae - 

Three 80^ Wtochestor 
riatiaaiari M8 Immi- 
eaaCaataaMaI.IMO:aB- 
aflaa (Maa^^lS: aad 
B«0a BiU, im. AU tor 
fSOO. CM4S4-4Sei after 

on MAiaKwa-Tv « 

)|eedeaadtttoa.)«rt 
8180 CaU 488- 
8198. 

TOR SALE - CUUJCAM 
■urk 8 water soRaer. Good 
u aea. in. CaU 482- 
,8841 after 4:80. 

ST. MATTHEW'S THRIFT 
Shop - me Sudn Laae, 
Sherry ftrk. Vs. Beach. 
9:00 aai to U:00 aai Mea- 
day throe^ FrMay. 



CARPET 

ONir»T49 



msT on 
to* tmam 

MO CfftViwB St. 
ftpHkasVseySi.) 
apectal hargaku. 



SaaM 



DE%SN«L 
397.7ti3 



Sf-TV/RaAo^ereo 

Sl^tO - PROF^SIONAL 
ConMoeat Si*stem. Teac. 
sad ShMI, 9 pieces, t(9a. 
flne. 42l-e8« 



S9-Flre«ood 

TA. KAOI rpffi PLACI , 
'•pall, ctoaaep iweap. 
Heeatoa,BieplaeeebalM. 
ripali'iiil. Neadaaapersto- 



Cf-WMIESnVIRIS 

SAROOn ft REirLtwdiltG 
terdwod Floors 80 Yra. 
e^ertea^, free Miastes 
JIO-MH alter 6 p.«l. 

UPROLSTRT - SLIP- 
drqiery work 
rasca^de prices, 
free estimates, picfciip and. 
deliwry. For information 
esU 499-SiM, _^ 

i;'ALLFAPEiiOIG-PAlNT 
tog, SUtatag. TarMsbing. 
InlMlor, and Eitertor. Al- 
so Drywall finiAlBg. For 
Estimate, call 499-0427 



SSA-MobUc Homes tor R^ 
-I ' 

TRAILER - 2 BEMOOMS 
Nicety taralBbed. S«lm- 
nlflg pod r4(Ms is sea- 
■cr. (Watervtow SbMvs), 
GnuKtar, M.C. $41-«71 or 
424-4901 alter • pn 



JOHNSON - ATWELL 

Prttcriplion Optlclons 

ANNOUNCE 

NEW ttUNCH OmCE 

224 BottlafiaM Blvd. No. 
diosapoako, Vo. 

547-7272 



Can 418-1880. f4.Ap«taiMto, 



S^Pifeeood 



or 100 percaat 
fflaatoBl aytaa 
earprt; price toetadM car- 
pet, padSb^ ud vaU-to- 
innta8taUaitoa(itoto800 
at- ft.); asaM' 
CaU9ariree 



isR of iaaalia, BS-4101. 

TanuaeadtoUe 

mKLAMffi) FRUGMT 
CO. 

rA«a. 



FIREW0(»-|4S COM). 1/2 
cord 8a CaU 482-8898 



raCWOOD - 180 FOR 
^pTOK. 1/s OQralttiinpooo 
dritrored. <^<eat BrMge, 
ladiaB Rlew, ud Reqia- 
fffle Area oaly. 480-OSM 

IO-La«B and Garden 

tOf SOIL - BLACK EX- 
qMsRe. soft, aerserysoU; 
also aaad, also faaUdicad 
fltttag . CaU M1-9071 or 
981-084. 



84-BOME SERVICE 



I 

DUPLEX - NEW 2 BED- a 

reoau, aatoralshcd $180 i 

ptas elcctHe CaU 4Rt-I291 I 

W-Ferltaalsr8de A 

DAYB COniR AREA - ^ 

toto or reel, ttaa area. A 

ItJNas.9Ml. IMbeam ■ 

1.81 K8aiflaB r 8,418. Cea- I 

■Ml Bnnon HsvL 4M* « 




3011 S. MIUtAllV. HftmWAV 



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mmmm 



iBveftaieBi 



Restaurant and Loung« 

• Cocktarts • 

Spociol luncheons om4 Dinnors 
Fresh Seafood a Choice Steaks 
Bamiuat A Mootinfl Rooms ovaildble 

Livf Entertainment 

FooHiringMoloOairs . 

Friday and Strturdoy in The Reel Room f 
^ADtkMQimlityRtmmmM 543-0426 



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MEED BADLf 



«E 
Cash 

TfU Bead iMtnnaente,' 
Tjvevrtters, gaas. 
UTTMAH'S 
«l city mil a^. 882-6989 



■ARBOWS 



PT. d8MC 
1896 



WALL TO WMiL CARnr 

■ooaiazBHtaB 

a»rOH OMT AIXATXai 




FORD TRACTOR 
1188 S. mUtary R«*. 
488-400 

SO" clectrr: imt»-w 

mge, Wlli^iotd, eofper- 
teas. EKeltoat eoaAMoa. 
|B9. Cdl 484-0841 

BAt as 

CULTURED MARinf 
Vaaity T crs attd ebyHAR- 
OS CULTURED MARHiE 
00. (kwarly HoaeU Pro- 
daeto) 180 knarSL 888- 
8081. 



CARPEnOWN 



f^^ 


Vtrvbito-Caranno 


Tiro Co., Inc 


Hio StroigM Talk 


Tira l*ooplo 

■ r 


88B>Hlgliiai 188 
aiO*<kvra. 

Phaaa 889-8181 



Lo4»ri Moving 

Sitolhold fURWT URE 
ft Ofllee Fuidfanre 

JLW.FORMAN 

&50W 

(lR8uro<Q 

4 i6-B27f 

SIEAMLESS 

ALUMINUM OUTTBIS 

ft Vtoyl aidtac. 
ra are 
Stov ft 



cnaipara! 



S88-8100 



mmAa speoaust 

Am typos mason^ 
won Gwiaral 



188., Can 4»-8191 



545-9160 



B»rURE CLEAMIRG 
Predaeto - 1/4 eO reea- 
lar priaas. CaU S48-M58 
haleaea4aad9PM. 


||BaS>iito(>Biiiuie'i.»a« 

M0Nft484918 


LOANS 

PtatAMT 
WOatniWRILB PURPQM 

NOTE and AUTO 

Norfolk 
County 
Finance Co. 

LOCALLY OWNE0 
ANDOPBtATB) 

tf BATTliWnJHLm ' 




SHAMROCK' 

Reo/f y CORP. ^ 

COMMERICAL.^^V 
R^tDENIIAL 
SALES ft KNTALS 

WE WILL WY YOUR 
EWUTY 

1365 S. MttlTARy 

1 1^ Chesmeake, Va. 

ifALTOR '*"■• 

424-2B00 



Bua 

BROTHERS 



^^^•^ 






EXPiRT HOUSE 
MOVERS INC 



Madk, Iftal ar h«M 



tNti^blrH. 

427-S7SI n.loa<k,Va. 42R.ISSS 



kMNM^to«iBtfto^«PBiAtf^«to#to«4^^Mtf 



i^Mk««^^rf«mtf^rfih 



BaiM«« 



Gan^JUden 



Baofi - C^ipnts 
WAear - 



*CAa ANYTIME 
545-7311 

Ba^CBM^lr. 
imhrkAtcaae 
fieaapeate.ya. 



pimxicT 
nieas 

Farripi or di»MSlto, w- 
■eat, eB, eaa^OMat, ta'- 
torttsMT, (aaTnalBtaM^ 
stod,^:. 

MVB • LitfnVEE 

uasxMtu 

BfOta- 

4^).3tM 



84-Real Estste NoUees 

eyja cash 

DaPrlost - Wollaco 
RooHy 

4ai4*^»0 

For eeafty Miner hoariTr 
CaU tottoy, ao otd^tftons. 
RsyW>Uace-«4-in7 
MtkeD9riest-«4-4M3 

Doe WaIir»rlgM-488-743S 



H-aeel latoto Nuttoes 

WILL TRADE* TWO- OSJE 
acre lots neer Coco Beach, 
Fla, (Ugh, pain trj|M.) 
as doaa paytocat tofuto- 
lei, Bariaess, or hoese. 
CaU 484-4901 after ^lai- 
10:1 



WX. ROBERTSON MJ>. 

ANNOUNCES THE OPQ«MG 

A SECOND OFFICE 

For the pneUee at OphthalaMlogy 

224 Bonlafiald Blvd. 

(Old SbofiMag Ce^r) 

Graot Brid^, Chosapooko, Va. 



Horn by appointmeni 



3M-M91 
Porlsnoolh 



,947-3800 
Chesapeake 




88-For sate Ta. Beach 

KDIG8 (XART-BYOWNEK 
1 TM year oM brick 
rHch. Fab. ocoottgr 
imt atf^. 80,980 de«» 
aad aaavae VA. 488-1090 

91 -Resort Prop, tor Sale 

RESORT PK)PERTY FOR* 
sale- Aflece al the Atlatfic 
Oceaa b e ac h l rna t , con- 
plete erfth rooay cottage 
ud aUB aader fdO.OOOi 
Rear Anloa Pl«> to KUl 
De*U, HMib CaroUM. 
BcaatUel large daned 
beach. Ugh ptot of gronad. 
Ttoee befttions, mU's 
rooai, L-Shi^Vn«h,t«o 
raaaedea, shorcr inside 
aadoatalde, paaeled froat 
rooat nd tftoagnna. New 
roof, aeer Mar heater, 
etoetric ato«e wired tar 
on, tamHUUn heaiahed 
froai raga on the dom- to 
pietares oe the vaU. Nat 
across the road frota 
bea4*. (It reaUy to prime 
oceaa IrealMe!} The price 
pies m oa Jm. 8ih.Casb 
Price,C«iB8e.Y9allaaace 
or arraage lor tt. CaU 

tti-oae 



MUltlKL. 




Durta^ tbto woodotel seas<» <rf 
the |«ar, ww welccme the qqxNr- 
tanity to extend onr very best* 
i^beB to you . . . aloi« nith a Ug 
"nwBk von" lot sow latrooage. 

Bank of Cuirrltuck 
MOYoSlCil'C. 

1-919.435-6331 



MAUND'S HOME IMPROVEMENTS 

Ueeased ft Beaded FreeErtiatt^ 

C^nwrto, A«Wtoes, Kitdus BMMdeled 
OaalM' tor Triii^e, P^fie CdtfaM? 
^irin caMto hgw cabtN^ ft ten^et tops. 
UeriR' A Eirtvior Tria, 81^, PttaStm, 
RoirflngftFtottMM. 

rawpTsrancE 

F» paraoaal erttnato write- 
MAn R. MAUn> ' 
t& Firri Coaoetol Bd. Lot 88 
Va. Bee^, Va. »491 



(F«awr Q«aer - Raaisey Bn». Taa») 

ANh«)UNCE$ THE OPENIhKS 

OF 
RAMMY'S TWE CO. ITft. 

3S00 Goorao Wash. Hwy. PoHsmaiNh 

fCW Fredricfc Blid.) 

397-0779 

WaCO«i^„OU) & NEW CUSTOMSBI 

MMG THS AO N /MMD 
RK»VE^% 

D^^MJNT ON MICM#A0srr 



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333 Bainbridge Blvd. 

hC^MAN KAN: MQt 



niNDS AVAILAILE 

Olid 2iirf m«rtag«s 
CenstnMtlop, dtt 
tr«st ^oparty 
Oi«to-UrrivM 



490-3184 



CREDIT 



QUICK DELIVERY 



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ta Mail oMi. We like to 
fe^ }«■( eoa^es and ser- 
TieMMB Mt itartod. Vky 
|My aore ttn Om iHB«tn 
tas easti - tkc ekief Ims 
Jo^ one prtee tor all. 



Cash or Credit 
Quick Delivery 



See an«7 Btdln, oner, 
retired CUef . USI 

rURHITUSE SHOtntQOMS 

US E. LttUe Creek Rd. 

SM-SWS 

BMl S. MOttarji ^vy 

411-ZSOl 



flmK HTE 

You're aire lo fet a bite 
if ]«■ tt«p a Hae in tke 
ClaMOcd c^hwm of jrwr 
W W MI ty Hewapaper. 
Vow classified ad is part 
al the hMetotm M«a that 
MM^ta^ wmi* to rMd 
•s «•!] aa Uw news <tf tte 
conniHtfty. 

DWT BE A SPEOHEB 

Drive vitt Mre, daa't 
bt a speeder, jkm mlgbt 
im over a vaiM ad read- 

TES rrf TBVE 

Every week adv^ilsflrs 
get results tnm etosat- 
Ded ati ikmt ft yonr 
iHMneton cfftknaaity 
ncw^^tr. Henenlier 
lAia ^ tave sovettttc 
toimj m sell, liave nis- 
Iteccd •eaeWiiK tu- kave 
pnpM^ to rvMl, M a 
«las^M ad ta Ms aews- 
p^a prove tta MUtyas 
a sp ee dy , efficleirt sales- 



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Sheat Mnlpl fer bay- 
«n^ mtkn, (wtoia . Ond- 
«rt, Ote eUnWed ads 
ia yw eoouBfl^ aevs- 
p^iff to Mt Ite target of 
1 ^ aa ap e cto iaiaiir 



KXTBA CAHI 

It's 90 wtty... adieitl 8* 
the tkiags yoa m tooccr 
aeed ia tte ekasified eid- 
■MMS of vnw hnMatiftan 
Biaipur. lipnMeally 
H> ttM at aO, peo^ ia 
y«v ari^dMMteod wUl 
kMi« rtMt ym tawtoaaU. 
¥«■'(•«• tte raadtootra 
caik...aflawtady vlll i 
yov a< aad bqrl 



[B 

REMTOR 



REAL ESTATE 



SELL-RENT 



SASSER 





3 l)e<lr(itini IjM':*. lan. 
place, large ivt in k, 
V.A Ai-iinivM >?,3 yif 
2152 Hm k.i 
Call ii(«m.' H.t.'. 



Has tainiU .■.n.ni .ni. :.;<■ 
,.-n anil fi-n'iM: n; i .Mir.,.it. 




REALTY 




IMO ^)e«iy Ave. 
Chesapeake, Va. 23320 



FOR QinCK RESULTS 

CALL 
424-3720 



Porliinourii'f ipcQi^ 
Sal«s OrffmitaUmn 

4805 

Poriftinouth 

Blvd. 




IRENE WHITFIELD4M-S«3 



IGERALD GEORGE 
FRAN LANE 

nULWE Gomi 
pSEN WHITFIELD 
nONNlE HOWELL 



4M-7CH 
4t4-4»( 
4M-S94t 
«I4-S433 
4S4-0404 




4«M HoUaad Rd. 
VlrfiBla BMck, Va. a4S2 

Your 

tatisf action is 

our garni 

OFFICE 

490^5 



JOS^H McCAIN 

anawnces . 

Relocation of 



■EAL ESTATE 

Offices to Cbesap^die 

955 OAK 
GROVE RO. 

(oO Battlefield Blvd.) 

499-9691 



Taylor Bros. 
Realty 

3104T^*NMkRd. 

Britfany Woods 
foretf Hills 
Cedar Grpve 
Taylm-wood 

484r4542 




5AVE FOR FUTURE REFERENCE 



Mr. & Bfrs. SboiipMr, 
1 Can Bo Yew 
Holpful Ghudo." 




TIDEWATER 

SERVICE 
DIRECTORY 



WANT TO KNOW WHO DOES IT? 



AUTOMOTIVE 




YIRGINLA IfACHi 

RADIATOR 

SHtVia 
rnntmrnamL 

NEW LOCATION: 

Larfe-Efficie* Facilities 
It^ VirKinU BMiA^Blvd. I 

4i28-4071 

'Mw. Mm. - fit a AM, f. t tM.I 
, Ut.tAM.UI f.U. _ ! 

Bankamericard f 

I Master Charge » 

HOMi IMPROVEMENT 
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Tm dMkler limed tte 
card deck out skillAiUy, 
then bectn to shuffle. 
Players surrounded him, 
vateUag every move of 
his quick flngers. The shuf- 
Qe ccMa^eted, be ^r«ul 
the deck out in a loi^, tUn 
line acr<»s the table top. 
Each of the ^ players 
drew (»c card from the 
extended deck. 

"It fluy sound like a 
RCM frvo an old wes- 
tern cainbUnK casino," re- 
calls tte d^er, Robert E 
Tticker, assistant pro- 
fessor of history at Vir- 
gbia Wesleyan College, 
"but it was really the (wly 
&lr way I could handle the 
registratioB ftv this 
<9ass." 

The 40 "players" were 
Virginia Wesleyan stuctents 
competing for 24 spots in a 
two- week short course. 



"Elemental^ Brl<^e for 
Beginners," that Tucker 
will teach during the col- 
lege's January Term. The 
24 high card-holders were 
admitted to the class. "If 
everyone who wanted to 
take the course tad been 
admitted," explains Tuc- 
ker, "it would taw beM 
too large to work with. 
The high card seemed to 
be the best way to deter- 
mine tbe.elass members. 
I did feel sorry, thoiyh, 
for one student who drew 
the deuce of clubs! 

Tucker's bridge course 
is one of 23 unusual classes 
that will be taught at Vir- 
ginia Wesleyan between 
Jan. 13 and 24. 'The idea 
of the Januray Term," 
Tucker says, "is to ex- 
periment and to offer 
something outside the 
areas we normally teach 
in that it will stand the 



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side the dassreon. BrMge 
has becme aa ae<^pt«d 
part of our social world. 
It is eabsrasii^ not to 
kaowbow tofriay It." 

TlK eovtt. Tucker 
stress^, will be taagM 
exacOy as it Is trilled -- 
aa elemeitfary coarse for 
begtMwrs. 

•We will start via tte 
basies," the histcriaB 
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old story ^ttovA the foottMll 
coach who Parted tte sea- 
son by stamUag up ia frost 
of his team aad sayttig 
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bair? I'm going to staad 
iQ) in froat of the class 
and say, 'Ladies and Gen- 
tlemea, this is a deck of 
cards. It has 52 cards and 
they are divided into four 
suits.' I don't eqiect them 
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15 Cenis 



Oawford: clinics' future depends on public 



ByREALSniS 



I^. WaUtB B. Cr««- 
ioN, director (rf tbe Vlr- 
iiBte BMCk Beiltli De- 

Srtneat, said lie twUeves 
It tMic |H«snre could 
lc«i tin state to restore 
tadkvt coU wUck, U in- 
plemMted, would force the 
city to close two clinics 
triiicli sem low income^ 
areas of tke Bcacli. 

Crawfard told Tbe am 
in aa interrlew Tuesday 



Oat witb proper Justlfica- 
Uoo for cootiiwiiic the 
ttireatened Mrvtces and 
sufflciert public reaction, 
state officials micM lift 
tbe budpt restrictinis. 

'Certainly I don't tave 
aajrttdag. in writing, " 
Crawford said, "but if you 
read betwew Ow lines, 
it is implied tint some- 
tbiof else could be dcme." 

Because of a budget 
dMrt&ll, the Virginia De- 
pariment of Healtb recent- 
ly directed local bealtta 



services to cut expend- 
itures by sQcb measures 
as terminating part-time 
employe^ as of Feb. 1, 
tigbtening restricticms on 
e^pment pun^iases and 
ctosing and c(»solidating 
some local clinics. 

According to Crawford, 
tbe cbanges mean tbat Vir- 
ginia Beacb will be forced 
to close tbe Blackwater 
and Newligbt clinics, 
wbicb serve low incojn^ 
areas of tbe city. U adiU- 
tioa. Crawford saU tbe 



city b^ltb department will 
bave to stq) making home 
visits and terminate four 
part-time r^stered nur- 
ses and rae part-time 
assistant, Also, Craw- 
ford said local funding 
would be necessary to con- 
tinue venereal disease and 
family planning clinics 
wben federjil funds arede- 
pleted. 

Yet Crawford b<^s a 
"bue and cry" tbrougbout 
tbe state will be eno^b to 
encourage officials to fund 



itbe programs. "Witb an 
impending recession, 
tbere^will be more and 
more demand onbealtbaod 
social services," Craw- 
ford said. 

Tbere are two avenues 
for restoring tbe tnic^et 
cuts, according to Craw- 
ford. One is for tbe gov- 
ernor to direct the Healtb 
Departmrat to lift the re- 
strictiinis. Tbe second 
method would involve the 
General Assembly ap- 
pr(q>riatlng more foods for 



tealtb services. 

Virginia Beacb Ctiy 
Manager George HaiAury 
told City Council Monday 
that be felt tbe actions of 
the state Health Depart- 
ment were "premature at 
tbe present time." Han-" 
bury has asked area le- 
gislators to petUlon tbe 
governor to request tbe 
Health Departra«rt to "not 
take sneb drastic act- 
tion unless ttere is a more 
precise worsening in tbe 
ecoDoraic situation than is 



at present evident." 

Hanbury said the state's 
ttnancial situation may not 
be as glum is indicated. 
He pointed out that some 
tbrms of revenue, such 
as sales taxes, may in- 
crease because of the in- 
flationary spiral. Also, 
Haidwry noted, the unem- 
ployment rate for tbe state 
is far below the national 
average, so state income 
tax revenue may not be 
aftected as much as anti- 
cipated. 




CRAWFOflO 



Council okays 
resort restroom 



In an eHort to provide an oceaafront public rest- 
room by summer, the Virginia Beacb City Council 
antborixed Monday construction drawings for a per- 
maaent restroom facility to be built aloi^ the re- 
sort strip. 

Aiming at a mid-July target date for completion, 
CouBCll agreed to hire tbe architectural firm of 
Oliver, Smith and Cooke to design the facility plan- 
ned for 24tb Street between Atlantic Avenue and tbe 
boardwalk. 

Mayor J. Curtis Payne indicated that the Imilding 
wUl have a full-time attendant and be patrolled re- 
gularly by ndice. 

Ttou^ MNMcU jpproved tbe restroom proposal- - 
oMgiBaUy> partfmet the Pacific and Atlantic Uove- 
■wat, fimm MM Image ^tudy (PAMPIS) - it de- V 
ferred acttoaoft other matters under the PAMPIS.. 
pi«B p^adiag recOBBeudattona fron a study com- 

Tke PAUPIB report had recomffl«ded Itet six 
mils, N^ Witt rastrocmis, be constructed ai«% 
tte i«KHrt >tr^, but in reviewing tte proposal, 
tte PlttBlag CoamissiMi recommended that a port- 
tMe fadUty be provkled at SOtb Street for a test 
period. 

CouBCil, tan^ver, ^iftarently anxious to tave a 
re i tro om near tbe b^ch by summer, instead de- 
elded to construct the permanent facility on tbe 
ZMi arcet ttle brtwea tbe abandoned Coast Guard 
alatkw and a elosad weM. 

Bdnv acUng on odwr |Hxi|XMals in tbe PAMPIS 
report, Couacil will hear reMamentetions from an 
ad hoc study committee eooinsad at itifiF«stall*- 
ttvM from tbe Plaanii^ ConBissloa, the Mayor's 
Ci»Mdti«e on Aflag, iaakeepers, tbe city planning 
fteff, Beach Borough butaessraen, tbe Chamber of 
CimnMrce, the Council irf Civic Orgaaizations, tbe 
O^paiteeM of Community Services, the Dqartment 
of General Services and the Virginia Beacb Develop- 
neot Council. 

Although most piddic attention has been directed 
to the restrooB proposal, tbe PAMPIS report also 
iavestigated street patteras, the boardwalk, parking, 
aaderground utilities, trash collection, street signs 
ud street I^Mng. " 

la other acttoa Monday. Coiocil: 

• anro^iated $250,000 to the Eastern Virginia 
Medical S^ool alter Bayside Councilman Dr. Cla- 
•ncn Holland explained tbat the city would be re- 
pTMcnted with two srats on Oe medical authority 
board; 

•appoiotMl Anne Taylor, 1105 Rose Lane, to tbe 
School Board seat from tbe Beach Borough which 
had bea occiqiied for almost 25 ynrs by Kenned 
L. Jard; 

• added Beverly Panlk, 52^ Balfar Drive, and 
Jean McUogblin, 5101 Holly Road, to the Recreat- 
ional Facilities Ai^bority; and 

• appointed a c(mimittee to coordinate the start 
id the "Virginia Beach Tommorrow" program, in- 
cluding R.L. Rins, Everette Irby and Jane Pur- 
riagtoa <d the Pbnning Commission; Lawrence A. 
SandUo at the Chamber of Commerce; Joe Clug- 
stni of the CouncU of Civic Orgaaizatfaas; Robert 
M. Stanton of tbe Virgiaia Beacb Association (chair- ' 
Baa); Herbert L. Smith U of tbe Virginia Beach 
Development Council; Councilmen Charles Gardner, 

(See RESTROOM, page 3} 




Grant to help police 
predict future colls 



Virginia Beach will get 
some help predicting its 
future police needs with 
a $47,246 grant recently 
approved by tbe Virginia 
Council on Criminal Jus- 
tice. 

Aloi« with $4,725 in 
municipal fonds, the Beach 
will use the money to hire 
consultants to determine 
criteria that can be us«l 
to predict the number and 
type of foture emergency 
calls police can expect 
trcgn certain areas of tbe 
tsmtmilf, sucbMf^le 
family bomeS, »0maA 
units or comaercial 
ams. 

. "It's a rather unique ap- 
proach," according to Lt. 
Dougbs McCloud, "but it's 
a problem all police de- 
partments face." 



Tbe city will use three 
or four consulting firms 
to set up "modules," test 
areas where police calls 
will be monitored. Each 
module will represent a 
different type of commun- 
ity element, from residen- 
tial to business areas. 

Hopefully McCond said 
tbe modules will help 
police estimate manpower 
requirements in the city 
as it grows. The study 
wUl idso examine the cost 
ettectiveneK crf^eeitain 
types of police prStectton, 
he added 

"It goes hand-in-hand 
with managed growth," He 
Cloud noted. • 

Tbe study will come un- 
der the Law Enforcement 
Assistance Administra- 



UOtts's (LliiAA) pilot cities 
program, which is a de- 
signed to implement pro- 
grams in test cities to 
generate data that could 
l>e ^iplied somewhere 
else. 

However, McCloud said 
Virginia Bc,iCb statistics 
might not hold for other 
cities. "We are a resort 
city," he expleained, "and 
that in itself takes us out 
of the category of most 
cities.' 

pte sMf m%ht tave an 
even wMer an)lication in 
other areas of community 
services, McCloud said, 
by using the same mod- 
ules to collect information 
in areas such as fire ser- 
vices and refkige collection 
requirements. 



Easy 

does 

It 



Sfajdenis take a flip in judo classes 
beginning this week at Windsor O^s 
Elementary School, 3M0 Van Buren 
Drive. The classes, sponsored by ttie 
Norfolk YMCA and taught by Mike Storm, 
include sessions for beginners anil in- 
termediate students. Beginning classes 
started Tuesday, while sessions for in- 
termediate studBHits and adults begin to- 
day. (k\ Thursday, ihe judo practice 
chk} will (^n worlcouts. All sessions 
begin at 4 p.m. For more information, 
contact YMCA Physical Director Paul 
Taylor at 622-6328. 



Lost ? 

New 

map 

will 

help 



Mcrtorlsts who find 
themselves wandering 
aimlrasly Orough the 
maae of new sdidiTlsions 
in Konpsville, Gran Run 
and Infian Lakea will no 
longer be foced with ex- 
peditions into nndarted 
territory when Oe city 
pMiiAet its 197& gap. 

George Myen, the city's 
had draftsman wbotfeat 
tte pa^ year woriOng cm 
Oie doeumert saMthefive- 
cokH- mapisatttejniatera 
mom and it ^oidd be rauiy 
for distributioa next week. 

At teast 1,200 new city 
afreets were taKtaded in 
tile map, Myers said. Most 
are parts of 144 new sub- 
divisions in the Kemps- 
vUle-Green Run areas. 

"In tbe Bea<^ there's 
ao Mich ^t's new," the 
draftsmaa renurfcai, "it's 
nnreal." 

Re said he has already 
ahuied woitiBgootbel976 
map. In the last month 
Mvea developers ban 
si^fflitted plans for sevra 
new projects, he at^d. 
"Th^'re constoatly «wi- 
lagia." 



nds is Uie first tinae 
tte city has prepared the 
map itself. Previously 
cowsnitants cmnideted the 
vovk fCH- a $10,950 price- 

llyers saJM the city's 
only cost this yrar is 
$1,400 for printing plus 
whatever staff time was 
qieat drawiag op tte map. 

The city took aerial 
sMs as a base Ua- tte 
map, and as a re»ilt, 
Myers said, tbere are "a 
lot of pi^ier streets ontUs 
mv." 

He eq>lained ttat a 
"paper street" is one ttat 
appeara in the aerial i^to, 
perhaps a dirt farm road 
or a private lane, which 
is not a city street. They 
wlU be nit4>ed out of tte 
1976 mv. 

The 96 by 42-iBCh maps 
wUl go on sale for $2 
at tte city's Flanni^ De- 
partment. Myers said 
about 1,000 et the oflor- 
eoded mai», with sbiqiping 
cetera, federal, state and 
city pn^erty, marstesand 
major bif^rays sporting 
their own shade, will l»e 
available to tte poblic. 



Committee on Aging urges seniors rights laws 



By MART BOOk 
Sac Steff Writer 

Altboni^ ita mcBhen know ot no abuses m a local 
level, the Vtiflria Batch Mayor's Committee oo 
^(tag has endoned state l^islation which would 
prasarvt the rights <a elderly citizens, wtether ttey 
ara Uviag in auraing homes or htmies, with families 
or atone. ^ 

CMUitttee CbairBan Mat? mm Cox sa#tte 
grmf dU aot totend criticism ol focal nursii^ 
hoBcs wh«i it endorsed regulatory I^islation sup- 
ported by SEVAMP (Souttrastera Virgiaia Area Model 
FrvgraB). &t eqjaiaed, "We just waiM to insure 
a«yicc as tt shoaU be." 

Ouing a paUle haariag befbre Virgiaia l^sktors 
nftvatMif Ite Beach, tte rawBittee tAei tor 
Itffislatta dcHa&g te r^hts ot narsii^ home pa- 
ttMte and y «rt tia g oannogi^d stete inspectioD 
o( Bff^g hoee tedUttes. 

ne gnv alN hopes to see laws tet pnrtect 
aodor ^hw trom portal tfrnae and tte indis- 
crlBtaate tt^«Btag of dr^cs, wtetter ttey are 
iaattb^Kmalitwt «■ not, Mrs. Cos said. 

Tha co B Blttee 's r^ort noted tet studies teve 



shown that the elderly in other states have been 
se«tated to make them "less traiblesome." 

A state licensing agency, charged solely with 
in^»eeti<w of InstituQonal facilities, is needed in 
Virginia, tte committee chairman added. Tte agency 
wu re(»>mmeBded in tte Joint House and Senate 
arttcommittee cm DMBiciliary Care Facilities issued 
last mMtt. 

Kathryn Ogg, a Norfolk nurse wto works as a 
vol^e«- at tte Holictay Home for tte Aged on Dia- 
nrand ^»vgs Rt»d in Virginia Beach, asked 1^- 
tlators to provUe more flnaMial support to telp 
Witt deiasttMionaUxation of state meMal insUtu- 
tfons. 

Semt tl tte patients in tte institutions "were 
nerar mmrt to te tastitntionali»d," ste said. "Ttey 
are mA sm^tely self-snfficient, but ttey An't 
recplre tte Aflled services of a nursi^ tome." 

Tte patteats inclwte tte meirtally reterded, e|rt- 
Iqlic and tandica^^ as well as tte elderly. 

Holiday Rome for the Aged, which was criticise 
last ^r for impropM" oure of mmt»l patlnts 
transferred ttere frmn state iasQtutioBs, is umdde to 
get a permit for a new boiltUic. Mrs. Ogg said, "and 



it demmistrates tte pn*lems of hundreds of elderly." 

Tte old imildi^ is now located near industrial 
develofment and major highways, ste said, so ae%b- 
bors do hot (Aject to the focillty, she adited that 
Holitey Home and institotions like it need more 
financial siqiport. 

Most patients receive only welfare or social 
sdcarity, Mrs. Ogg noted, and ttere is a "gap 
at |%J0 to %ViO a montt" between their income and 
tte fees m>st prtvate im^ii% homes cterge. Ste 
^ded. "A big effort shmld be made to sq^rt 
^vate enterprises to this ar»." 

Here are 60 persons living at HolMay Home for 
Aged, Mrs. Oa r^orted, including Portsmouth, 
Ifortolk, Virginia Beacb and Chesapeake residents. 

^e admitted tbat tte buildii^ itself is in poor 
(»nditfon, "fart I'm aU a gi^t teliever that a borne 
tas to te reaQy nice to have a good program." 

Witt " a tere bans staff MdpaUngta mtenteera,' 
tbe aid, ^ facUtty emU teiw tte Imsis for a 
V»d program. 

L^islators also teard MRestiMs tnm otter 
dtisens before ttey Ml ten- tte shmi 197S sessim 
at tte Gewral As^mUy in Rictawd. Speakers 



dnriag tte ptfiUc hearing included: 

• E. T. Bnctaian of 2736 Broad Bay Road, who 
a^gested ihtf Virginia eliminate projects such as 
tte 1IS&,060 boat ramp at Loc% Creek in iMrtt 
Vir^nia Beach to help ease tte ^ million bw%et 
short&U: 

••Ve^ ItarierMa, presittent (rf VcMnen's Lobby 
of Virginia, Inc., who irged tegistatiai ending sex 
disciiBhiatfott in trnftafsuxt. and pnyerty rights; 

• Meyera (%erndorf, r^resenti^ tte Virgiaia 
Lttrary Associatim and tte Virginia Beach Library 
Board, argtag tte legislators to CMtinued state sup- 
port (tf libraries; 

• Jin Poole, who asked legislators to phrase 
baUot prapoattiras in a "oncise, cl^rly worded 
statemert* ttat votera could mderstand; 

• G«ie Poete, wto ^bei for an wr^tigatim of 
payndl ^Mies that "pen«lcaUy raise tteir b«i," 
UMft as pr^K»als in Norfidk, wUch woold aMct 
larfe Mirtera «( citis^ bma aelglbor&ig cities; and 

• Jesse Mercer ctf MS Salem R(»d, wto asked 
for a retard <a cai^tal imnishment for ramvictod 
murden and lOso for a VirgMa lottery to raise 
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An edHorial: 



Budget deficit 
overshadows 
1975 sessbn 



Th* Virgima General Assembly will 
open its 1975 legislative session today 
in RicfwiMnd. With an $18 mil(ion^K>rt- 
f»U hanging over legislators' heads, 
corattitucNTits can easily guess that not 
nuny proposals requiring public fumls 
will pass by ttie boprds. Politicians 
facing electiwi ^is fall ai-e not likely 
to »ipport revenue-generating measures 
such as a statewide bond or tax in - 
cruises, but ^re are some alternatives 
that will be (^scussed in the 30-day 
session. 

A state lotterywhichsi^^rters claim 
would generate as much as $12 million 
to $47 million in state revenue will 
face legislators. With a state deficit 
lomning, the pr<Yx»al stands a chance 
of af^rovai, but some legislators who 
downed a parwnulhjel betting bill to le- 
galize gambling at race^acks may steer 
clear of ttie tottery. 

But then ttiere is a pmslbilityjegis- 
lators will reconsider their stand on 
paramutuel betting, despite a last-min- 
ute decision last year not to place the 
issue on a statewide referendum. Race- 
trades are of ^>ecial interest to Vir- 
ginia Beach because ttiey would be yet 
another attractiwi for fun-seekers on the 
resort strip, while gangling - much of 
it from out-of-state tourists - would 
fatten the Virginia treasury. 

One measure dealing specifically with 
the Beach is sure to be approved. 
Hamassed t o gether Jn-Ae- -same biil. 
are two charter changes: one allowing!! 
Virginia Beach to establish a D^art-^^^ 
ment of Public Utilities and anottter 
approvir^ an increase in ihe mayor's 
annual salary from $6,000 to ^,000. 
Legislators will also see some fam- 
iliar pnjposals on the docket - bills 
which will be difficult to ignore be- 
cause tfiey have been ^toved aside so 
often in tfie past. On ttie reboimd in 
the 19^ session are a proposal to rein- 
stitute the death penalty for certain 
crimes, a measure to align state law 
with a Suprone Court decisim legali- 
zing abortion and establishment of no- 
fault insurance. 

New issues legislators are expected 
to hash out in the short session, which 
some House of Delegates members say 
will be extended to 45 days, include the 
"death wi«i dignity" bill, allowing in- 
dividuals to reject extraordinary 
medical measures to keep them alive 
»*»en they are suffering from a terminal 
illness; legislation on offshore oil drill- 
ing, witti proposals encouraging drilling 
lined up against countermeasurers for 
strict cwitroi; and campaign financing, 
an issue which has gained ^momentum 
from the recent Watergate scandal and 
si^iported by a committee study urging 
wide reforms. 

Consumer^ legislation, including a 
proposal which wcwld enable a person 
to purchase alcoholic beverageves from 
state A.B.C. stores witt a credit card, 
is also slated for General Assembly 
action. 

How legislators handle their Arties 
ttiis year remains to be seen. Hope- 
fully they will deal with proposals ef- 
ficiently 1^ ttwuf^ully, and not ir- 
responsibly shimt cwitroversial issiws 
a$ide^;^s they did last year simply be- 
cause decisions are easier to shirk then 
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nMytion picture film properly cfcjring a 
session dealing witt) the operatiwi of 



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education workshop. 



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The school volunteer prof ram has tacm m a new 
look in Virginia Beach. For jreari, |>arents have 
voloateered their time in services to iodivldiial 
sckools. Mow, thanks to the coeperattye efforts at the 
Viiginia Beach Council of PTA's and the local scho(ri 
administration, a systemwide program, Volunteers 
in Education VIE, has been organized. 

By establishing a mor cf O f wal, ecntratta e d } 

fcrlng mBaSma services to both 
tte volunteers and the schools and to encourage the 
iatrodttction of the program into schools not presently 
■sing «<dunteers. 

Tte participants in the VIE iMVgram are lay people 
desiring a means of becoming more involved in the 
wtacation of the city's young pe<9le. They provide 
both classroom and clerical assistance byperibrraing 
tasks assigned by teachers and oOier school persoDael. 

When assisting in the classroaiB th^ aid teachers 
by helping with such activiti« as making visual aid 
materials, reading aloud to the ciiildres or listening 
to th^m read, scoring (Ajective-type tests, moni-' 
toring student activity during study periods, (grating 
aadw-visnal equipment or preparing bulletin boards. 

The administrative or clerical voliuteer usually 
pekiorms saeh dupes as televfeow auvCTtag, tj^ing. 



record keeping, dtq>licating materials for teachers 
and gmeral school <Mce work. 

To a$s^t the volunteers in the program, VIE has 
heU woriEsbops covering such topics as "School Law 
ami the Volmrteer," "Child Growth and DevelopmeM." 
"UadpUne and Motivatiaa" and "Use of S^ple- 
mentary Teaching Materials." In addition to more 

local unit woitsbops for inUvidnal schools requesting 
them. 

Since the main fuction of the volunteer is to free 
teachers from niutine wort to enable them to in- 
creue iadivldnaiised instractirai, VIE wiU be coa- 
staaOy seeking ttn ways erf assisting the teachers in 
the ckssnxnts. One sach pn^nsal under coasiderati<m 
Is the Mvuiisatioa of a UUogual gnwp of volunteers 
wto em vnfc with stodente who are leamiag English 
as a iteoBd laagnage. 

ia additioB to providing in-service training for 
ftrtwleers. VIE has craqiled "A Hamfiwok ibr 
OrginisatiOD," which gives guidelines for organizing 
Ud maintilning a VIE program. This bocAlet will be 
disMbi^ed to all school PTA's. 

Other VIE iMtvosals for the future imfliide the ^- 
ptntta of brochures and aodio-visval pres»tatiOBs 
fcsrtd toward interesting parents in becoming seho^ 
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to ralptrodiice a bill in te aeit mssIm (rf CMfrMS 
eattc ta- a reduction In Congressnea's salari» bf 
the nme percentage that the federal budget exceeds 



IWWrarst's imiposmi Fisca! Megrtty Act, aimed 
at tfKoor^iag «HMt qMM^ t^Oefedenlgoveni- 
iMBl, was or^laaliy totroAced to tte closiiig days 
of the last Coagressiaial sMsioa bat died to com- 
mie. 

MiMn^ saU ihe hiU woaU provUe s«me to- 
CMtfvc i» Coagna to nulitato a halaaced budfet. 
The Ml veaU redan wages of -Cn«resfiMa ia aay 
year to iMcb tiw Meral badg^ onlays mxted 
rmrewti . Tte p««ta^e s4 pay redaetloo would 
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Brkkell post ccmdidate 

Jk. E. E. BrlcfceU, Virgtoia Beach m^eriateadM 
ol schools, is reported^ aanag 20 eitaeaton nader 
eoasMetattoe lor VirgiBta's top edwatton post. 

Tte state Viiginia s^teriateadeM oT publiG iastrw- 
tiea sM wlU be opea k^ I when Dr. Woodtow 
W. Wilfcersoa steps down btm toe ]ob. 

Gov. Utlls E. Godwto Jr. wiU make tte appoiat- 
me^, aad Carter 0. Lowaace, toe goveraor's ex- 
ecaUve assistaat aad acttag secretary si edacatton 
is screeaiog poteirtial can&lates. 

Ite State Board a EttecatioB aad toe chairmea 
of toe Hoose and Seute edocatioo cnamittees are 
also expected to participate to tte candidate se- 
Icetloa, Lowaace aid. 

Trio leads in fuc/ge^qd 

A eoaacilman, a juvenile court Jnlge and a prom- 
toeat VirglnU Beach attoni^ reportedly are tte 
fKMt rmmers for a sixHi seat JadgesUp ttet is 
expected to te «ided to tte VirgUa Beach Sad 
Jadidal Cirorit. 

CoaacUmaa Sotert Crmnwell, an attorney, Jnvenile 
Coort Judge Frederick P. Aucamp aad Attmiey 
Joha B. Prestoa are telieved to te leadii« tte list 
caadi d a te s for tte new post. 

Tte Circuit Court expaastoa, which has beea ra- 
dcHved by tte Judicial Coaacil of Virginia, will go 
befiHV toe Geaeral Assembly when it convenes tols 
moato. if it to approved, tbe appdatment willte made 
by Gov. Mills Godwto tefore it to coi^nned by 
Icgtolators. 

Mother sentenced 

A Virginto Beach woman ute killed ter BeiAora 
iidhnt l^ stuffiag tissue dowa ito throat win be 

^^MSKto*^^:?^^^^ "'*« 

Margw SHMbettO'CoaMU, e7.,4tofrpl«ided guilty 
to Moead degree mrder to tte iM«il 10 <iMth (^ter 
■ewbm daaghter, testified that ste soMthered tte . 
i^iBt after ste pve Urth to it to tte tathroom of 
tte Malita Palms Apartraart ste dmred wito Rotert 
M. Newaua, her boyfriend ct two years. 

Ok saki Newmaa, who was mining televisioa 
to tte living room toui heea aaawareitf ter pregnancy, 
aad ite was afraid te woaU sind ter away if te 
diaaiTered ste was teviag another hd>y. 

Hn. O'CoomU, wte ctoiaed Ite deatt was iu»i- 
dealal, xns reeMuaanied for psnb^toa beeaase ste 
had been a good motter to her 4-ycar-oId daortter, 
Melissa Kay. 

NW/fy spcrUcs arrest 

Tte paeral manager (a Twto Sort ami Twto &tod 
drive-to theatres on In d epeadepce toidevanl ns 
aimrtad by Vligtata BeaiAvlecpidiMaealfew Tear's 
MMt tor showing aa obsecBa film visilde from a 
p«Uc street. 

Tte p^eemea ctarged Charm DoaaU Cbrfc, 
3t, for tte vicdatlaB after ttey aagU an ex|rikit 
^tovae «rf "Fly Me," aa R-rated film from their 
patrol ear oa Baiter Soad. 

Pidin reputed ttet tbqr decided to stoy aad 
Mteh for more nadite becaue tte tteatre muager 
had beea given earUer waraiags lor midity vto- 
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Doctor asks 
abortion law 



A Tlrtfiia Bmtk demutokiglst arfcil Virginia 
tagUIaton rcp-cMMnc flie BMch to npport laws 
WkXtf ragatattnc tbortloa procedures, eapeciMy 
tai esm «tMM dMH-tod fetnes are sUU allTO. 

Dr. HUln Sunters. r^^eattni the Virginia 
Soddjt tw nmnn Lite, an aM-atorttM organi- 
iMIoa, ataUM Uttt Vtitinla nut allM tlm^m 
■dMi a ^Vfene Covt rattng Is overtumcd, but 
M said Btetes are not |>roUUted from regulating 
ttoMoam dartag a pi<)Uc iiearii« tills week in Virginia 
BaaA CooKll chambers. 

Arnag laws Sawiders adMd VlrgiMa legislati»« 
to pan iaclnde a retirement Oat two physiciaas 
altaad atorthiBs bjr ca^arean sectton, one ta* the 
■olhar and Mother for the at»rted baby. He Krted 
ttat New York has alrewiy estaMished nch a Uw. 

"One hmdred per cent (rf all babies aborted bjr 
caasHvaa scctloa are alive upon removal from Uw 

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&naders said. "It is custoraanr fw 
babies to be dropped into bucketa where thejr stng- 
gla for life and erentuaUir die." 

Snaders also asked for Icgislation/oaUawiiig ti- 
parlnaitatiaa on living tetnsM or preaaatttre in-- 
luta la additioa to reqairemente et pareirtal coo- 
sairt tor experimentation on dead fetn^. 

Virginia should also enact legislatiOB reqairlng 
abortiaas before tte third oootti ol pregnancjr to be 
perfomed bjr a licensed phjrstcian in a health fi- 
dllty Ucensed bjr the state. Abortloaa after that time 
Ama he pertraved to a hUbpltal, he'added, and 
abnUoos alter 24 weeks of pregnancy should be 
pei^toriMd o^ to save the life of the nnther. 

Pregnant motters nader II ynrs should have 
the written coaseat ct tteir own parents before an 
abortioa is pertorlied, Saunders said. He also or^ 
that tte Cater of the udwra child be re<|ttired to 
give his permissioa for Qw abortioa. 

Finally, Saunders asked Virginia Isgislatora to re- 
qaire strict reportiag of abortioas, iiKlgding the em- 
(fit^ d tte Mas following the abortiaa and steps 
takea to save tt if it was alive, to pass Uws pn- 
vcirtiag netttcal schools from penalizing stadei^ who 
refUe to participate in an abortioa and to wiOhgld 
•iate finding for abortions. 

Rancy Wambau^ of 624 Coming Court, Vir|^ 
Beach, also a member of Virginia Society for Human 
Ufe. adnd legislators to use state money tor pro- 
gniaa to h^ oA Vbe mentally ill and the aged, 
areas to wUeh Beach resfaleats adred for more 
atate ItaMag Aning tbepiMlc hnring, tnste«l ot 



•It'K j«Mit&g 10 ae!tottibk that the Wted 
Matcf w«dd allow somettiBg like Ma to kwea." 
ske MHed. A^r Ow Supreme Court dedsioa le- 
glllidW abortioa, Mrs. Wambngh said, "I felt a 
UtaebitlenAmerlcaa." 

Sa aadera also asked legislators to support a Coa- 
greaatoaal hnnaa life amotaert ttat would overturn 
tte January 1973 Suprane Court mllag oa abortian. 

It additica to strong abortion regulations, Saua- 
&en eriMWted Virginia i^tislators to take a hard line 
agatast erlBM and liberal reh^Utattonin-criaUaals. 

The toil aatiaaal attttade toward crime aad prison 
lalbi'm, he coateaded, resulted because "tte ma- 
JCMTtty el good Anericans have been carried by aa 
■Kra-Uberal leftist tide of pemissivcMss, Itgil- 
UOe sheaaidgaas aad looirixrte-dan^ that sar- 
passM tte wildest dreams of foreign or domestic 
aaenies ot am Dmocratic society." 

"Have we not sacrificed mongh imncMt victima 
OB the altar of social eiperimentatioo in rehaU- 
UlatiMi of tte hardoed or criminally insane Movict?" 
Saiaders arted. 

He nged legislators to change woHl release pro- 
grans and early |»tibatioB aad pan^ fiH- criminals 
coBvlcted of murder, rqie, sodomy, torture and 
"other heinous crimes." 

"The money necessary for disomraging any cri- 
minal frmn activities in Virginia," he added, "is 
nmey well-qwnt." 



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iota Baum and Holland; and Ur. E.E. Brickell. 
nperintendent of schools, George Hanburv, cityman- 
' ager, and Michael Wortley of the city's plannii^ 
^tf. 

Prior to its public -meetii^. Council met in ex- 
ecutive session for 29 minutes, closed to the public 
and press, to discuss what the agenda listed as "fin- 
ancial, personnel ami legal" matters. Del. Owen 
Pickett attraded a portion of the closed meeting to 
discuss the city's proposed leasii^ of state-owned 
land at Camp Pendleton for a tennis complex and 
school. 



Mr. ev Mn. A.V. Ww w art 

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R.L. Carpenter leans back 
pensively in his office chair 
near the toll booth on the 
Virginia Beach-Norfolk 
Expressway while cars 
funnel through the gates 



to pay their tolls. It's Car- 
penter's job to keep track 
of the money taken in by 
employes in the nnanual 
lanes. 



Omithologiste counted, 
nwe q)ecies of lArds in 
the Back Bay Wildlife Re- 
fuge during this year's 
Chrtirtmas bird count than 
ever iwfore, according to 
Doug' Davis, the refuge's 
public information officer. 

"This year's count was 
the best we've ever had," 
Davis reported. A team of 
30 specialists lon;ed more 
than IS9 species In the (me- 
aay expemtum to thti Bay 
Back Bay refuge. 

The statistics will be 
CMRi^led natkmally by the 
Ratiooal Aadobon Society, 
Davis rqwrted, and until 
those Sgttres are r^rt- 
ed, it will be difficult to 
tell just what the count 
means. 

"Yon can't draw maclu- 
Sioas from a single count," 
bavis added, noting that 
toe National Audobon 
Society Idrd count, which 
includes more than 1,000 
individual counts, is 
"aimed at more general 
conclusions." 

There could be many 
reasons for the large var- 
iety of feathered species 
bird specialists, spotted 
Dec. U, the refuge 
^nkesman wrted. 

The tally could be af- 
fected by the numl>er of 
participants in the count, 
the weatter "or even the 



Swim course 
scheduled 

Virginia Beach young- 
ster over 17 years old 
who hold a Senior Life- 
saving Certificate are eli- 
gible to enroll in a Red 
Cross Water Safety In- 
atructor Training course 
which begins 41iursday 
ni^t. 

The session will start at 
7:30 p.m. at the Willis 
Houston Boys Club, 3410 
Asalea Garden Road, Nor- 
folk. Weekly classes will 
be held until April 10. 

The Red Cross will 
charge a fee of $12.50 to 
cover the cost of using the 
swimming pool. To enroll 
in the course, contact the 
Tidewater chapter of the 
American Red Cross, 625- 
6791. 



irtad direction," Ikvis 
said. For example, a wind 
from the east results in 
sightings of more ocean 
qiecies. 

A higher count could 
also indicate that the birds 
are being forced to use 
Virgiida Beach wetlands 
l)ecause other habitats 
have been destroyed, he 
said. 

Most of the birds in 
the count are winterii^ 
in the Back Bay, Davis 
reported. Many ot the 
qieeies return north for^ 
tte summer. 

Ornithologists carried 
binoculars spOttii^ 
scopes, telescq;)e- like in- 
struments which magnify 



Oe rt>}ect 60 tim^, and 
tope recorder^. 

Davis said the re- 
corders, with tapes of bird 
calls, are used to attract 
birds in the area. 

He said the recorder is 
aa especially important 
tool during the early 
morning owl count, when 
bird watchers head to the 
habitat at 3:30 or 4 a.m. 

The ornithologists play 
recordings of owl calls, 
he said, and make the count 
by tte number of respon- 
ses. For their early morn- 
ii« efforts, the Beach bird 
watchers recorded re- 
sponses from 10 individual 
owls representing three 
species. 




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New hospital 
slates opening 



Self-guided tours open to 
the public will follow Bay- 
side Hospital's 2 p.m. ded- 
ication ceremony Jan. 19, 
which will feature Gov 
Mills Godwin as the guest 
speaker. 

The hospital, located at 
Independence Boulevard 
aad N. Witchduck Road in 
Virginia Beach, will open 
officially Jan. 20. 

Kenneth R. Lacy, Bay- 
skte executive director, 
said 150 employes will at- 
tend patients (mi the first 
floor, the only one which 
will be tuiictioning at first. 
Gradually the hospital will 
eziand to^er floors. 

Eventually, Lacy said. 
tttt seven-story facility 
will be able to serve 250 
patients. When three- 
fourths of the hospital t>eds 
are in use, he added, the 
hospital staff will include 
450 employes. 

Bayside, Ibe first profit - 
making hospital in the 
Tidewater area, is part of 
a nationwUe h(S|4tal chain 
operated by Humana, Inc., 
which owns 61 hospitals 
and nursing homes in the 
United States. 

The $8 million hospital 
is expected to have an an- 
nual operating budget of 
$4 miUiiNi. 



l,acy reported that more 
than 240 Tidewater physi- 
cians and dentists have ap- 
plied for staff privileges 
at Bayside. 



Overpaying 
your 
business 
taoies? 

It happens often to small 
businesses. Let Uncle 
Sam get his Mr share .. . 
Ixit to msiia suro your, 
businets gets alt the 
breaks allowed, call me. 

B.H. JoflMt * 
Gonorol Butinott 
Sorvico 

855-4567 



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announciis the opening of hia office 

for the 

General Practice of DentiMry 

at 

.'}409 Virginia Beach Blvd. 

(Princess Anne Piazal 

Virginia Beach, Va. 

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4 - Th« Swi, Jan. 8. 1975 



Bronx's 'Doc Long a boon to PA 



By STETE BK»fDO 
Sn Staff Writer 



VlT^tfa BMCk is stiU retotively ne* territory 
to Priacess Abm's Do«« Long. The lanky 6-4 gvanl 
OB the CivaUer si|Bt«i is nore vsed to Ihe dot sum- 
mer iMveneols of He* York's Bronx, vbere he 
grew up and developed his parttcular style (tf basket- 
baU. 

"I've alva^ toved tasketlnll," says Long, nick- 
MBed *Doc" l>y his teammates because ot bis 
ptay^cal resratblaace to Julias "Dr. J" Enring, bot- 
shootiq; caaid for the New York Nets ABA basket- 
baU team. "Vhoi I was three my fatMr pat a 
baddnard v ia back of our [dace, a refulaticm- 
dsc backboard. I was too small to shoot it 19 that 

B«t in New Yorli, is the back streets and on the 
tdack-topped public school courts, basketball is king. 
A Ud who is 6-1 itf ^re 13 simply doesn't estape 
tbe call of the hall and plain irra hoop. 

te now Doug Long plays a different brand of 
basketball, a less street-oriented-but still {Aysically 
roa(h - brand of Virginia de^ fried rooidball, 
wtere the teenagers grow crusty-skinned from salt- 
water and teara their finesse from the poise of a 
Uoe marlin jumpiBg and catching the sun. 

A little overltowB, perhaps, but Cavalier coach 
Lm Aatteny doesn't think so. He thinks he may have 
ttt best yoong guard ia Tidewater starting for him 
iad UC PriiM»ss Anne five each Tuesday aad Fri- 
day of tte season. 



"I've always loved basketball. 
When I was three my father ptit 
a backboard up in back of our 
plara. a regulation-size back- 
board. I «ras too small to shoot 
it up that high." 

- PA guard Dot^ Long 



"I Oiak that rigU now, as a jud(M-;ws prtJNai^ 
oae of the tmSt college prospeets in tte entire arn;" 
says Anthooy. "The Ud's really got potential. Oae 
of the best thiofs about Um is be penetrates. He 
can drive to the basket. A lot of kids are hesitant 
^oot that, lait he's got that great assett. And that's 
what the college scouts lot* for." 

Loig started playing his basketball at Princess 
Amie as a 9th grader 00 the Cavalier junior^ar- 
sity, after (dayiag conmrauty ball tbe year b^ore. 
As a sophmaore last season on "Skip Noble's 12-6 
ia^or varsity S(|u«i, Long was the team's lea<tt% 
semvr. He reached his fall 6-4 height last summer, 
ami as a junior, earaed a starting p(»iticn 00 the 
Cavalier varsity. 

Priacess Aaae Insketball squad in tbe 1974-75 
season has aot lived qi to the school's tradttkw 
of winaiag romidfaall teams. The team lost three of 
Its first five games, beating Cox and Bay side in 
early season play. Yet the squad has good height 
aad talrat, not only in young Long, Imt in senior 
6-1 center Rick Bai^, who is already bfiag courted 
by scoots from several major colleges. 




UMC 

Loog, who, at «-4 aid 16ft-poaMb, is a nrtty 
at his guard positian in the Beach, is eajoytag 
a 16 pmats a game avera^, managing to score 
c« B|rt Mrtl y afidast eva a tong^ Na«dk squad like 
UMi^^ Agaiast Oe CooimodcaWi, Long poured in 
22 pdnts, birt hfe still feels his best game was 
.^ainst' iatra-city rival Bayside. The two squads 
met Dec. 20 aad Princess Aaae put tog^her a 
crushing scoring (tensive that tditsed the Marlins 
by aa64-44 s(»ra. 

'We just blew them (M the ccort.' contmealed 
Long on tbe game. He scored 10 in that contest, 
one he t^>bed as Ids best defauive effort of the 
season. (Men^vely, he felt Us ZO-pmtt perfbrmaace 
against Cox two days before was tbe high point of 
tbe year for him thus far. "I felt pretty good in 
the Cox game," he says, noting that the Cavaliov 
h a^ U ^ ■ troiitte. ^nUitfl t , tlm j d ^a mMm rd»unds» 



IJp there (New York), every- 
body plays baskett>all, year- 
around." 

- Doug Long 



Coach Anthony agrees ttat Long could staad stmie 
iBiirovefflCTt in tlat area. "He's got to im|«t>ve 
Us aUUty to hit the boards," the Princess Anne 
coach says. 'He's aot real strong. He did plaj itoot- 
ball this y«ir aad that's helped Um." 

I've be« WKatiag oa rebooadiag a lot lately,'' 
admits Long. "We've been gettii^ tbe offensive 
rebooKls in our games txt lAat we need is tuert 
d^ensive rebmmds." Tbe jwior Cavalier ronadhatl 
star is a little appretensive atxwt pqttiag «i weiglitr 
b owewir . daimiog he's tried, aad IM he rtiU 



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UfU v>ri|hta in- Us tags, but Mt he Jutf "uses up' 
•Uthppdaedmi^ 

Ldng M hepad mn taoUM - he ms «tertl« 
flHta- SB tte fnpttaU team tUs seamn - wmM 
add a Ultte tmi^ and stre^tt to Us 6-4 tame. 
M B0« he's net nr« if hell try ontte-tootball 
■pte not imnmfr 

"I jHt «uiad to gM irito shape tor barinOal],- 
nys Lmt, aitaitttag ttnt hMfaMaU U ^ r^ 
km. to M« York, to ttt Brani's P. S. Ill area, 
says Ung.' -Mwirite^ ^ja bi^^taU, y«ir- 
•rond." 



"1 think ttMt rif^t now. M a 
kniM-. he's (wtMly one of fw 
best college pro^Mcte in tie 
entire area." 

- PA Coadi Leo AfMwny 



fie CavnUnr atar gow hn^ to Ifew Tork AiriBg 
tta trnnm a r to play basMball in tkt Bael«rs aad 
Tltp M i gMinrho i iJa of the ^wx. tta eU stonp- 
tag tnm^. Keaping to pracUcs, alto- ail, involves 
pliq*« m bn^ and no on* d«^s the straetoof 
Ma* ¥«k arc tim bart aateal eliUe an tte East 
Coast 

Tbe aaason remaiUag to be played offers a lot 
of poto n tia l to tte yoaag Priacess Anne baU dob, 
aadOm* Leag has hopes of going to the tounmaMot, 
deqtte a poor early season recMri. 1 tUak n've 
got a cfeaace to take secoad in the tooraaraeoU,' 
k^masM, woBdertog. 'I don't know if we can beat 
Gna^.- 



"He's got to improve his abil- 
ity to hit the boarcfe. He's not 
real stnmg. He did play foot- 
ball this year and that's help- 
ed Mm." »« 




wan. 



At toast Coach A^hoay has mshakeabie coafi- 
Us proiMar gnard. *He does ev«7tttog 
Be Imflas Ite bell as well as anyoae aronad, 
aad has flat ^od rage ia his shot.' .The coadi 
adds that thongfe tka players call Long '^Doe,' be 
ttangl^ Ike taaa^ntod Mew Torinr lad a better 
IflWiM to a ywg Cbarlte Scott. 

Aad 1^ Seotl did as a Ug» sekMer, Loi« is 
stirrtag interest to Ea4 (^ti« ooltoge aeorts. An- 
thotf y aa^ Iknt both Mar^aBd aad Vligi^ have 
ttowa Interest to the mnxss Aaae stnd^. 

Dong Loag Is ■B C O Bc w i d abont ttat right bow. 
ThMv to stm a bag saaaoa to be pta^. aad after 
ttat ton- moBtts till Jnae, and thmiU's bade «» the 
hat aaaunr pavnMnt of tte OppM- City, cUIdren 
^qdag Bder open fire hydraats. aad the never- 
emttag qilat of nddw neators aad roimiSiaUs on 
hiKk-tap cowte. 



Chiefs nip Patriots on Motons, second half 
outburst} Cox beats Kellam despite Woodhouse toS% 



Root set to spedc 



Halklujah! 

Kellam's Warren Chisholm seems to he 
raising his hands to heaven »n a plea 
for divine help. The Knights could have 
used it Frictey night as they drof^)ed 
a district loss to Cox by a 64-S8 score. 
Knight Randy Hassell and Cox center 
Bobby Allen look on. 




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tf tta Ttaaday Imdam tf sm Ml ABMOe. toot 

merttag sf tte Vir^nto to set to tfmk tA 12:90 

Beacfe apisU dab. Tbe pm. 



Headless Gary 

Gary Woodhoyse ^ipears to have lost 
his head as Cox's Barry Brooks reaches 
owr him for the ball and Tyree Brown 
{20) looks on. But Woocttiouse managed 
to fmmvfi in 23 points in ihe losing cause. 
The Falcons picked up pw wiri. 64-58. 
BrtMMi ti^ ^i&i for 18 points for Cox. 



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Wttb the seholasttebad^baU season b^aniig anew 

after the tmUH^fs, every Beach school Itut Ba$aie 

saw roirt ution Friday evenii^. Kempsville.aodCox> 

hoiwver, were the only two to come away victors, 

bott to qiset wins over bvored iatra-city rivals. 

Bill Cochrane's KempsviUe CUefs Mtlasted First 

Ci^Bial m the Mric^' home conrt. 60-S9, despite 

Speti^ Gainer's game high --and individual season 

1^ for him -- of 29 poirts. Five KempsviUe players 

wmt over tbe lO-pcrfnt mark, incliMUag Mason Ifoton, 

irito Ut oa II oMus 13 poims in tte second half. Tbe 

(^eto kmg (» to their fmir-poiot balfUme lead, 

tbrtMum it to e%M at the ead of the third garter. 

ne ^trMs came back to within three with just 

Itmnitif re^uni^, but the Chiefs maB-to-Dianae 

liaBC kmMI to % wtanlig point. Mstitate gwrd 

Mi HaMMfcr csatribiMd 10 poinU for me Patriots, 

^^mmm^ and OUver MayfleW CMMatog for 20 

MA teams own 2-2 district records 

I of Um omtest. 

Cm, irtAns u tbe Eastern D^^M prior to 

ttU^, In^ WBUe Brad's KeUaw tea m aad totded 

At t^Ht a coavlMi^ 64-St kws M^lkop tt«r 

Inl imrrTiT iM^m «tf tte mbsor. FsIcom Tyree 



Brown and Bemiie Pierce pvmped to II and It potato 
respectively to pace Uie Falcm squad in its seccmd 
win overall erf the young season. Keliam'sGary Wood- 
hoose was tbe games' bigh scorer, however, with 23 
points. Joining him in tbe Knight double -figure scoring 
were Randy Hassell with 10 and Brian If aeon with IS. 
The win moves Cox past Bayside and Kellam in the 
district standings. Bayside and Kellam now stare tbe 
district basement. 

Prtaeeis Amb, cMAed tf Vm MOmv. arter- 
taioed tte tost-moving Bo(*ers from Booker T. 
Washiigtra Friday evoing. Bo(Aer T., which has yet 
to l(He a pme, Msily tandled tte you% Cavaliers, 
gmag home with a 73-61 win. The two sqnds were 
fairly outched Mze-wls«, tat BoAer T.'spmeex- 
periem;e slww^ tbro^h in nMy executed <rita«e 
aad defense. Priacess Anne i^ di^ by 13 ^tte 
talf, aad drcqip^ to a W-p^xi tefidt beforebondng 
back sightly in tte final qoarter m me rtaoOagof 
6-7 center Rick Biato and 6-4 gurd Dong Long. Lo^ 
hit tor W points wUle Banta a^rly mateted Us 
teammates' om-pA witt 19 paMs. T^ wiv tte 
aiir two CavallMV to 4aMt ^res. Prta^ss Amw 
is 1-3 in tte lUstrict, 2-1 overall. 




Gainer hits but Chiefs cop win 



Speedy (Wner (21) a^npto to ke^ 
KOT^vllte's Dwid Gilliams out of the 
play. Gainer popf^d for nearly half 



ri First Colonial's (wint total m ttw 
night, Iwt tt>e Patriots l«t to ttie Chiefs. 
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Go, kid, go! 

Mari* and Walter Smith of 3852 Brent- 
wood Credent, Virginia Beach, cheer 
Ihoir ton Mike from the bleachers. Mike 
Sffiiih wrvstles at lOS-poumb for the 
Kollam Kni^its. but Saturday found it 
roufft going against Kempsviile's Dana 
^ Jockaon. Jackson ed^ out Smith, 6-5, 
but Kellwn copped the meet by a ^- 
25 «cor«. 

Sports Record 




Britt wraps it up 



Kempsviile's 98-pound grappler Wayne 
Martin is having a difficult tirhe find- 
ing a handle on Kellam's Jim Britt. 
Britt,. undefeated in six bouts prior 



to ttie meet with Kempsville, notched 
up his seventh win against Martin, win- 
ning a 16-10 decision. 



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Hill's pin gives Kellom close wiri^ 
Cox takes another one 



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iMapcrille $0, First Colonial 59 
BoQiwr T. 73, Princess Anne 61 
Cos 64, ItellaiD 58 



ni^ Colonial JVs 60, Kemi»sville JVs 57, 
CaJVs tl, Kellam JVs 53 


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Booker T. 4-0 5-0 




Xniriew J-O ■ 6-1 




FOffiT CCHX)HIAL 2-2 5-2 




Hnvy 2-2 4-3 




KEMPSVILLE 2-2 4-4 




raOfCESS ANNE 1-2 2-3 




LakaTajrlm- 1-3 1-4 




KELLAM 0-3 1-5 




COar 0-3 2-7 




BklSiDE 0-3 2-6 




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Prtaeess Aaoe at KempsTiUe 

Flist Qdonial at Grfidqr 

Bt^Oe TS. Booker T. (Norfolk Arena) <- 




lilvdajr 

nnt C(doirial at Norfolk CoU^iate 

CattMawT 

naia Jr. at L|«ri«veo Jr. 

Kaivnttle Jr. at Va. Beach Jr. 

Priaeess Asm Jr. at ladependence Jr. 




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Plaia Jr. at KeopsvUle Jr. 
Bajr^de Jr. at Va. Beach Jr. 
LjMtaven Jr. at Princess Aioie Jr. 




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Ka^sviUe at Booker T. 




Fint Ce»e^al at Cos 




Prison Ame at Nonriew 




Krikm A Uke Tajrlor 




Ba^ide at Maunr 




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Va. BeaiA Jr. at KempsvUle Jr. 




Mwta^Ke Jr. at Princess Awe Jr. 




LfariHim Jr. at Plan Jr. 




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PtoM Qrionial at Nonriew 




Kiiipaillte rt IWi^tt Awe 




BeyiMeatCoz 






Hoynes tdces No. 7 



Kellam's unctefeated Adolphus Haynes 
takes down Kempsville 145-pounder Pete 
Kitct^ during ttieir individual bout Sat- 



urday at Kellam. Haynes decisioned Kit- 
chen, 15-4, earning his sixth strai^ 
win. Kellam won the meet ^-25. 



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R was a geoi w aHi B i l for fonr of the six city high 
■Aool wreatUai aqfuds, coming off a two-week 
toMdi o*er the hdMqs. Bajrside met Graidijr on Friday 
■l|M ttd hMdatf the weak Comets an incredible 
aaw tte Norfolk team forfeit 
M the evening. Five of the other 
■Is aatch-v* ganijcMed by pins, four of them being 
«« kjr Marita gri^iri. At the 145-pound spot Joe 
Gallop ^ew Ma aalca, 4-4. Steve Sawyer, Roger 
Moore, Stev* l|ll||pg aod Bolil^y Little all toA home 
vMb by ptaanvrOiwiiy opp(»ents. Undefeated Marlin 
nS-pMBd grai i p ia r Chu-Ue Skipper won bis match by 
Mini. 

Ovw at Mink Saturday night, the Knights won 
tUW iBwte eoMMittva dual meet cm a clutch 23- 



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fia by > H p— d heavyweight Danny HiU, who 
t's Frask Lilley to gain the 
over the Chiefs. Kellam had 
t going into the final bout, 
oat 4l%|% flHve Knights with yet un- 
ii» W-pioaod Jim Britt; 145-pouDder 
167-pound performer Carl 
AH ttn#^dipa 7-0, individual charts so far on 
Oe setaoa, wUfe SinBO winaii« his match on a pin 
9l 1:61 Britt kiartwil ott Kempsviile's Jimmy Martin, 
16-10, and BayiM woe a 15-4 major decision over 
Pete Kitchea. CMef grapplers were led by 126- 
powder Bobby Tata, who woa a 15-4 major decision' 
wtr Kdlaa'a «•«« JaOards, and by Roger Martin, 
«to piaaed KMUt IMii Levis with just two seconds 
iWlalng ta t» h«L Chief Bob Reisch, at 155, 
•AM a 11-1 tmt/tm over Gene Efird, hot Hill's 
tiatfy pia of UMif iaeided the meet in favor of Vic 
Griaaar's hoaw a(piil- 

Cm added mmtm'-- bo-bum — dual meet win to 
Na record SabHhp aiOi a 29-20 victory over a game 
PrtMosa Aaae aipii. Ande Davis' Cavaliers were 
Me to CMW ip vflli wias in an even sis of the twelve 
booU, one OB a 2:51 pin by Junior Jim Rogers over 
Cm wtKtar Gay Btvbwy. Craig Vosler, at 167- 
pniAfh tMa* a aapiimtaa ll-6 decision over Daaqr 
lakaiba, b«t MM H waa tt^ a S-1 decision ever Mike 
#oaapat at Ii6 Mifnvywe^ Bobby Stubbs pin of 
nO-pOMd iigha«fgi| Mike Romker at 1:30 into their 
wAefe AeddN A|Aipe. Heralded Cox 132-poander 
Chria Coakwfl^'aMHbBted another pin to remain 
aiiafeated. C a»ail|M pimied Fred Benjumea with 30 
aecoads reoaiaiac ta their boot. 

R's been a had year for Norfolk wrestlers, and a 
■wd oae tor Baaeh squds. Ben Forehand's First 
CMoaial gnipMiK taaai baited Maury Saturday to even 
op flU seoraa by fl-t. Tbc Patriots would have had a 
deM aweep afaiaay teat in the meet bad it not been 
IM- a deCudt Maa lii jiMsr 167-pomMier Dave Holcomb 
to UwBj't %m PijpML Holcoab had seea little action 
prior to the naMk baonae of a holdover football 
lalanr. Five Patrlib ctafted q» pins in the contest, 
taeladiag Orec ef tta flrst four grapplers on the line- 
IV. Mke Taylor, ibBsell BroOks and Elvis Smith all 
woa oa pins at thafr 96, 112 and 119-pound weight 

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6 - The Sun, Jan. 8. 1975 



[ 

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church - sponicnKi manic^ counsalmg. 

Churches aid 

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unhcf)py coup/es 



m • awfilM to mm. M 

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hn dner&ed Us 
Tiw nMM- Old Manias 
GraivONUiaeling. ' tsuidiv 
the Abngdon Pres, the pub- 
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tai ov cmlanpoKVlF H^(^- 
Be cited a rec orami i Hi^ fliiai 
Dr. Paul Pepeeoe «f te 
Asoericiy] In^^ sf nnAr 
Rdatan m Lm AngdM ftat 
ev«7 paatorifaarid ba«* baa- 
Ic ferataiiig in marrtip ( 



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to a torenwd. Dr. DavU R. 
Itee of te BomaM Gnr 
lfe«ctf St^od in mnrtflR^ 
km, N.C, and (om of ttie na- 
tion's formoat liainBa of 
manias cooM^on, praiNd 
miwfar deveioiiing coape> 
lence in woitim with pwvB. 

Mace extacawd eonoaii 
over the "diaconeertii^Ijr 
high rate of nuuriaf e blhre 



fp twi warn torn laaA 

are dota^ 10 per GMt of dH tiw 
coMBirt teg hi thia cwrtry tud 
moat of it deals iMi tadr 
pnrfiiera. 

Of"''"!i" ifatioB — tooBMKii 
or too IttUe - iaat the rwt of 
meat (^coitiea, he said. 



Ttt^.are not laajIM a 
pro^iiB one ef "luaRlafe 
e a idM u aaC ' or '^bnmMt 
prei^" adMtits. fOH <la- 
aeribes it as esadfy iriiat tt is 

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ple, the MoiA is tar enough 
from te tourist trade to re- 
tain its serenity. 
Even at km tide it's best to 
cathsifrai A te appnteb via te oniaeway. 
and a stroog far te asrowMlfaig beadi is 
notorious for quictaand, andL 
bikers are warned of rapidjr 
changing tides — conteg to at 
a speed one pijlebook cm- 
pu«s to tet of "a galleptog 



rock's 

totrsai at ite base, hi te late 
IMOptarjr, l^tteoo rec- 
ofBlaed its potential and 
asiasd it for aae m a prison 
teliVtel'rendi HanMkn. 



thick with the scenU of 
omelettes, seafood and 
Franch pntry that many an 
amUtkaa tater falls br te 
waysMs - long enou^ at 
to Miyle te Norman 



tounsts 
a «- 



The abbey to muUMoriad 
»dte viMtoririD revd to itt 
cellar 
to sunny terrace, , from 
cranked monks' ^ariars to 
the lovely flower-fillad 
dairterseyerioek tog te ssa. 
where nwaks of yaslsryear 
spent their lk«e time waUag 
and meditattog. 



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attetsp. 

Gsffogrles, te nnseots of 
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Beach nursery tackles 
pre-schoolers' problems 



Br MABTBOOA 
Sar Stiff Writor* 

f « Ite lint ttne, tte Tidewater area viU have a 
nrMiy sckool espectall; geared to handle pre- 
Mhocders with social and emotional problems. 

The AtlaBtlc Academy Foundati(», a newljr-es- 
tabHthrf K»-pn^t orpoiuticn based in Morfi^, 
it Cfuiat a Tberapentic Kursenr id Virginia Beach 
tU« mwUi lor ehUdren between 2 and6years who are 
mMt to rape with traditional pre-school prograas. 

"The problem is really quite, big," acconttog to 
Xwserjr IMrector Alice West, a Virginia Beach 
rwddnt who returned here recently witt a bachelor's 
degree ia psychology and a master's in Montessouri. 

She graduated from Bayside High School, and at 23, 
hu already opened to two Montessouri schools in 
tadlana. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert West, 
life on Miles Standish Road in tte BaysUe area. 

Tte Atlantic Academy Foundation decided to de- 
Htop tte school in Virginia Beach because tbe pro- 
Umb "is more prevalent in this area," Miss West 
«q^ained. "Everybody is moving around in tte 
MTvlce, and ttere are Just a lot of people tere 
pwkd." Sue edited that increasing tte population 
daasity results in more emotional problems for 
youg children. 

■ Tte school {^presently renting classrooms at Christ 
nreatoyterian Church, 709 Aragona Blvd., but even- 
tatlly idans to move to a new boildlng en gnxmds 
Mned I9 tte Tidewater Psychiatric Institute, near 
G«eral Hrapital ot Virginia Beach. 

Tte Learning Disability School eventually will 
house tte Ttenpeutic Nursery and a similar program 
Inr elementary-age youngsters. Psychiatric Asso- 
ciates of Tidewater, which plans to build tte 3,000 
•qprnre-fpot fhcillty, hc^es to com{dete tte building 
aextbll. 

Tte foundation and tte Tterapeutlc Nursery are 
^onscM^ by tte Psychiatric Associates of Tide- 
water (PAT). 
-^In West said tte 4iM>datioa plans to operate 



two halt-day sessions of an>roximately 10 young- 
sters Mch. CUldren can enter tbe program or leave, 
it at ai^ time ttaring tte year. 

"tt's gcdag to te eipensive," she added, with 
taitioa »i |17S a month, "Ttere's a lot of legislation 
Vnmm O^ coold te^ wUh tte cost." 

BIw Cross and Blue Shield and Champus-, which 
pays mwUeal l>ills for military dependents, mayntelp 
with inUvidaal psychiatric therapy that may be 
nested is addition to Uie school. 

AlttOB^ tte program is expensive, Miss West 
is OfHimlstic Oat it will attract Tidewater resi- 
dents wko need te^. 

"Witt Ois type of child," ste explained, "it may 
te so modi te^ in tte loi« run, parents would feel 
it is wwtt it." 

Ea^ youngster will receive individual attention, 
and Miss West stpects children ''to respond at dif- 
fernrt rates. But ste estimated that tte average 
attenteace^would range between one and two years, 
"daptBdlaC really on how bad Uie problem is." 

Bit before Vtte Tterapeotic Nursery was started, 
ate said, ttere reaUy was no ptaerlBrttti^iltiror' 
prMChoolers with eraotianal problems to tura^ even 
ila psfddatrist pinpointed tte problem. 

Tte tmnerf staff. Miss West and a teacher aide, 
will provide wtetever iastniction psychologists or 
psyeUatrists teve ordered for their students. 

Tte school will also teve a psychiatrist and edu- 
eatiOB qMidalist on tte staff. Any other specialists 
that an needed will te provided, Miss West said. 

"CUldrea with short attention qians, low frus- 
tntioa taderaace, overactive tetevior, wittdrawal 
tendMdM, pronounced dependency and otter mSla- 
dqptiTe btfMvtors should especially tenefit InHU 
tte school program," Miss West rq»rted. 

However,' tte school is not etpiipped to tendle 
yonagsters with severe neundogical, emoticmal ci- 
pfejsical handicaps. 

Msary tiaies, children with problems are removed 
flran Buraery schools because the kick or bite. 
"There's nobody to help work out tte pr(4>lem," 




Preparirig materials for ihe opening 
of ihe therapeutic nursery are^irector 



first grade, it gets worse jhd worse." 

Tte Therapeutic Nursery hopefully will helpyoung- 
Mers cage with sctux)! situations in time to enter 
first grade witti tteir peers. 

Children do not teve to be toilet-trained to attend 
tte nursery. Miss West noted, and often the inability 
to train tte child is just an indication of a deeper 
emtMonal problem. 

Tte nursery director plans to use a Montessouri 
appnuii in the Therapeutic Nursery. 

"We'll give him the choices he's ready for," she 
said, by exposing the youngster to a controlled en- 
Tironment. 

A hyperactive youngster, for example, might be 
overstimulated and have a tendency to "flit from 
one thing to anotter," so the teacher will expose 
him only to certain sensory stimuli. 

"It will te strict Montessouri," Miss, West said. 
"We'll te teaching M« first ot alKto te independent 



Alice West (left) 
a teacher's aide. 



and Laney Mervis, 



""4o'-dFe8» li^iself and serve himself. And tten te'll 
learn about thiii«s around Um through his senses." 
As a teacter, she will be responsible for helping 
students develop basic readiness skills for school and 
social competencies required to satisfy personal re- 
lationships at hme, with friends and at school. 

Par«its interested in tte program can reach Miss 
West by calling 625-5393, ext. 71. Prospective stu- 
dents will te evaluated to determine wtet kind of 
treatment would work best, whether it would l>e the 
nnrseiy, a comMaatioo of nursery-counseling or c«in- 

selli*. 

In addition tiie parents will te asked to partici- 
pate in the Foundation's Association for Parents. 
Tte grotqi will telp larents understand their child- 
ren's tebavior patterns. Individual conferences and 
groiq) meetings will te teld on a regular tests. 

In some cases, Miss West said, families may 
require special telp, and professional counseling 
will te awiliU^ r 



Why men die younger: 

Social pressures make the difference in death rates 



By DB. OICRIDL.WALin(M 
S^tdal to Tte Sub 

Womaa in Oe United »ates today teve aa avKige 

me opectancy at 75 years, while nun teve a liiS 
apedaacy (rf only 67 yean. 

What's more, men seem to die yotager not he- 
taaat of iBteieat physical ctencterlsties but niher 
haeaise iteir nde in contemporary society irisi^ 
ttan «der ahaormal stress. 'niDS,b(tevlor emerges 
as tte Iny to tte sex differoice in deatt rates. 
gf«ry dteaase or condition which makes a major 
eontrlb^ioB to men's higter death rate is infinenc- 
ed by a be^vtor (such a» smokiBg), which is mxt 
w UugntA aaoag men than among womM. 

For exaa^, tte single most impcntent eaase 
Of dcatt - fw bott sexei • Is tmaury heart di- 
aeaae, and men's d»th rates doe to coronary heart 
fixease an twice as high as w(»oen's. Researcten 
tewe Ideiflifted a type erf person - "Type A' - 
tte ii most Utely to develop heart disease. A 
fjipt A vtnoB is rushed, amMtious, a^ressive, 
«Mip^vo, tmpatiMt and demrted to his work, 
k rtort, tte Type A person embodies our Mtts 
at tte snecessfBl boiaesaman. And Type A m« 
are twice as Ittely as (rtter men to die of teart 
attacks. 

About half tte men ia tte US. an Type A, while 
tte majf^ty <rf womea are Tn» B, tte o(|asite 

Beach youths 
academy-bound 



of Type A. Ttese women who an Type A are al- 
most as Utely to develop heart disease as Type 
A man. Similarly Type B men teve just as low a 
risk at taarl disease as Type B women. Tten- 
tt mnld ssem ttet tte iMisury reason why 
imvt a Ugbw risk of heart disease than 
1, eonvetttive Tjqie A Ities^te. 
Bat ma aiint Van Type A or Type B. In pea- 
mt aodeiies, very few m» beccNDe Type A. Tte 
eda^elttive prissnres of our schools and our work- 
ii« «ai%d sn«B to push men into beciwiiBg Tnie 
A's. If ttey wish to soeeeed. 

An tten oUwr caoses of men's greater ri^ of 
haait diaease? Some sciotiste argue flat temale 
feniHoaea protect w«HDen naturally from h«irt di- 
a«se, Iqr lowering cholesterol in tte blood. Bal- 
aaeed agaiast this protective effect however, an 
olter harmftd rffeete et temale tormones. For ex- 
aapte, female hcMmones raise blood pressnn and 
toenase tte likelihood ol blood clote. Fnrttermon, 
iemale hornones, wten given to men, do not ra- 
teee dM^ dne to heart disease. Thus, it is not 
clear vh^her sex termones contribute to tte sex 
diftereBCt ia tte rid oi heart disease. 

Tte eftet ti smoking, however, isclrar: SmcAers- 
men aad woaiea elite - an nnrly twice as likely 
to dte (tf tearl diaeaae aa aon-smoters. Since more 
man tten women smoke, this aloee makes a sipi- 
lleaitf ooirtrttntlnn tn tte higter rate of heart dl- 



amoeg m«i. Cigarette smcddng also causes 
lug cancer aad emphysema, and the death rate for 
ttese lung diseases are six times higher ainong 
men than among women. 

Many (4ter beteviors which an more acceptable, 
or evoi expected, for boys and men contribute to 
their higher death rates. For examine, more men 
are killed in accid«rts at work, because more men 
work, and because men's jobs are often more iriiysi- 
dally haxardous than those of women. Also, acciden- 
tal drownings and fatal gun accidents are much more 
OHnmon amcmg men. 

Mm take mon risks when driving and teve more 
tCTMftitg for nch thousand miles ttey drive. Be- 
cause men speed more, their autom(A>ile accidents 
tfe mon often fatal. In addition, one-half of all 
Ihtal ante aeeUents involve drinking aad m^ drink 
more than women. 

lien's higter alc(4iol consumiAion also leads to 
tteir higter rates (rf cirrhosis of tte liver. High 
alcohol consnmpttott tes been linked to non-eon- 
loiteity and to social presdbras to te Indqiendenl 
and to achieve. Non-confOTmity, indqiendence and 
achievement an all eivected of males, 'so once 
again Uw mate nde in our society* cwtribntes to 
tteir higter dmih rates. 

Men even seem to annrcnch suicide differently. 
Tte <teath rates tnm suicide are three times high- 
er for men than for wcmra; bqL.teice as many 



wmnen attempt suicide, without actnaUy killing ttem- 
s^lves. Mental health eq>erts teve foond ttet snteide 
attemi^ are often pleas for telp, tte desperate 
el7 of a lonely and overwhelmed perstw. Women 
aeem to te able to use suicide attemj^ as a (rtea 
for teU»; in contrast, men, wto an taught tote 
s^-nliaat and decisive, seem unable to make this 
plea lor te^ and end op Ulltog ttemselves. 

TUs ability of women to ask for telp maypky 
n even mon general role in protecting their healtt. 
Althoi^h tte Dule deatt rates an higter, stetistics 
stow ttet womea go to doctors mon (dten than 
men do.Again, women seem less nluctant to ad- 
■itt weakness and seek telp, and tte medical care 
a^ obtain may well prolong tteir lifespan. 

In eonciasion, we see tow many of tte bdiaviors 
expected at men la our society c(»tritete to their 
higter deatt rates. If men wen not subject to tte 
pressuns at tte male role as our society defines 
it, then mra could Uve longer. U boys and young 
mn did not teve to diiidc aad smoke to prove tteir 
BunUness, if adnit men did not feel ttat only 
veaklii«s or vomoi can se^ esMtional aad medical 
telp, tten men could live longer. An even mon 
Impmtont change would te to reorganize our schools 
and businesses so ttey become less pnssured and 
Mmpetitive. Thm men would wA te pushed to de- 
vetop tte rushed, aggressive, tensiw-prodncing life- 
style which makes them so vulnerable to our major 
UUer: coronary heart disease. 



'i* Four Virgiate Beach 
high school MdHto teve 
beta nomia^d te United 
nates Mrvira aei^mies 
t9 Ttr^ada Sm. WUliam 
Seett. 

Jaaws Ma«» nuamond 
B, a Bavri^ lik Sehod 
a^kn-, hM teat Mlacted 
as Scott's Bomlaee to tte 
0. 8. Msral AoRlemy at 



Itaaimoad, son rf Mr. 
aad Mrs. J$mm ibimmad 
et I'm mrdamai Roui, 
MS SeM't o^ ^Biaee 
tt^Minl Aatemy. Mine 
«iH> VlriMa ]»«^en 
«te* napid as atefMtH. 



Three Virgiate Bitch 
stadH^ wen aauag 10 
Seott aominted to tteCS. 
Mcrdtoot Marina Aottemy 
at IU«i Mat, M.Y. 

nam terelay ot Mil 
Prt^ Cres«^, Jeka R. 
r^erald ofll^ABola 
Aw. and ' Rotert T. 
Weatterly Jr. al «tl 
Bn»fleU Ave. wen se- 
lected for tte Merdmat 
Marine A^demy. 

A fiitt VtrgUa BmA 
stadert, nud M. lUly, 
1032 J^^itoe CTMCMit, 
te aaov altenalM Sratt 
selei^d lor tte Air P«i» 



In an unexpected encounter wittt the 
President an Vail ski slopes, Charles 
Pugh, a First Colonial teadwr, m^es 
tome crisp obsarvations on Gerald Ford 
Mid his Secret Service protectors, who 
were obviously txit of ttteir element. 

Teacher skis 



with Ford pcwty 



A Virginia Beach high school teacher found him- 
self te the center of tte presidential entourage (m tbe 
Ai slopes of VaU, Colo, over the holidays. 

Ctertfs Pugh, a teacher at First Colmial High 
School, wto was skiing with a friend m an inter- 
medtete skve wound iq) in tte middle (d tte Pn- 
sldential {»rty during a ski vacatim over the tolidays, 

Pugh reported that tte group included President 
Gerald Ford, bis darter, bar boyfriend, presidential 
aides, Secnt Service agents. Ski Patrol members 
and a flock of newsmen and cameramen. 

Tte Pnsident (tonned new outfits daily for security 
reasons, Pugh said, Init he remembers Ford's ski 
te^om vividly on ttet day, from tte i»le Idue 
^«iet and dark Uue sU pants, to tte "multicolored 
ftoddag cap witt a Urge red fluffy ball on top." 

Ilie PnsidMt is a competmt skier, Pugh mted, 
ud k^ well ahead tt'scme of the novice members 
(tf ttepar^. "It was teirly obvious that tbe President's 
serarity iwce was uMwnfortably out (rf its element," 
te added. 

1%e teacter did rtmerve ttet iMMne of tte agents 



kqit tteir ski jackets talf ^>en to provide ready 
ac<»ss to ^^' shoulder tolsters. 

But despite, tteir apparent readiness, Pugh said, 
te was surprised he was able to ski close to tte 
Pnsident severe times on tte 2S-minute trail. In 
bet, te Mlmitted ttet he pntebly wouldn't teve 
mliced tte sklen wen tte President's party without 
tte film crews ttat followed tte skiers witt tteir 
e«^pm«it. 

"Tte pnsid«itial visit added an air of excitement 
to te atmosiAen at Vail," Pugh reported. "He was 
tte tofile of conversation bott <» and off tte slq^s 
even ttough nlatively few pe<^)le were able to catch 
a glimpse of Mm." 

"Even 80," te ^ded, "tten were hundreds (rf 
people M hand to greet tte President when tte run 
eaded at tte tese of Um's Head Gondola." 

Pg^ r^nrted ttet <»lookers wen crowded onto 
bu^onies >d «»teniniums at te focrt <tf tte slope, 
^(rting. ap^aAag and waving as te President 
skied past. 

Be a<Ued, "It ted to te a security niitttnare! " 



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I- Tii« Sua, JaiL 1. 1975 




FOR THE FUTUflE 



CCOmSTAUATUN 

The Council ol Civic 
Organizations will koM its 
installation meeting at 7 
tonight at the Fraternal 
OnJer of Eagles Hail. 5038 
A Holland Road, followed 
by dancing. Refreshments 
wiil be served. 

YOGACEMTER 

, Swami Vishou Devanan- 
da' will aKtear at the 
Aquarian Age Yoga Cen- 
ter, 620 14th St., Virginia 
Beach, at 7:30 tonight. He 
is head of the Internation- 
al -Sivananda Yoga Society 
in Yal Morin, Caiia<te. The 
center will al^ spcmsor a 
weekend seminar with Lila 
from the Toronto Yoga 
Center Saturday and San- 
day in a sessiM d«ign- 
ed especially for stu- 
d«its with physical or 
ra«ntal difficulties For 
more information, contact 
the center at 425-9414. 

CAHCEB FILM 

A movie en uterine can- 
cer will be shown at Vir- 
ginia Beach senior centers 
Thursday, one week before 
the American Cancer Soc- 
iety schedules a pap clinic 
for seniors at the Baystde 
Health Department, 930 In- 
d<4)eDdence Blvd. from 12 
to 2:30 p.m. Jan. 16. 



aa TUP 

Tlie Mavy 'Y' is accqjt- 
iag reservations for two 
ski «eek«ids this month 
A two-day trip is planned 
to Massanuten, Va., Fri- 
day. The second outing will 
be to Hot Springs, Va. the 
weekend ot Jan. 24. Both 
trips inclnde transpuia- 
tion, notel, skiing and 
equipfflMtf rental. Meals 
are not Included. Cost is 
960 per person. Reserva- 
tions can be made by cal- 
Ui« Nancy Perkins at 62S- 
0521 at the Navy Y' at 
500 Dunmore St. off Bram- 
UetOB Av<taie. 

UBBARY FILMS 

The Virginia Beach Pub- 
lic Lttnvry will sponsor 
films at two branch librar- 
ies this week. At 11 a.m. 
Saturday. Windsor Woods 
will teatuk/Rahbit Rill," 
while Oie Wrfinia Beach 
branch shows "The Dra- 
goa" and "How Hot is a 
Dragm." 

n.AlfETABIUM 

"Jqtiter God (tf ttie Sky" 
will be the i»^ram fbr the 
Virginia Beach Public 
Schools Planetarium at 
Plaxa Jottior H^ School, 
3060 S. Lynnhaven Road, 
7 p.m. Smday and Tues- 
day. Reservations can be 
made by calling 4S6-1971. 
Admission is free. Child- 



ren mder 12 most be ac- 
companied by an adult. 

BUIKSLART PROOAM 

the Virginia Beach Po- 
lice D^Mrtment will offer 
the first in a series of 
monthly pablic awareness 
programs iM p.m. Toes- 
day In the Virginia Bach 
Council Chambers. The 
topic will be burglary pre- 
veirtion. 

SMOKING CLINIC 

Tlie .American Cancer 
Society wiU begin a srac*- 
ing clinic in the North 
Wing Lounge of General 
Hospital of Virginia Beach 
at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday with 
the t<v>ic, "Why 100,000 
Doctors Have Stopped 
Poking." Additional pro- 
grams, all sUrting at 7:30 
p.m., taclnde "Enects of 



SmiAing on the Cardiovas- 
cular System," Jan. 16; 
"Biological Health Haz- 
ards to Chr Respiratory 
System," Jan. 21;aDd"Tbe 
EmbattlM CeU," Jan. 23. 

•HAVYWI^' . 

The Navy Wives Club of 
America will hold its mon- 
thly tHisiness meeting 7:30 
p.m. Tuesday in Building 
3342 dn the Naval Am- 
pUMios Base at Little 
Creek. Dress will be cas- 
ual for the meeting, and 
babysitting will be avail- 
able. For isformatioD, 
«MMact Eileen Swan at 340- 
0762. 

TRAIL CLUB 

The Tidewater Ap- 
palachian TraU Club will 
meet 7:30 p.m. Jan. 15 
at the Virginia Beach Cam- 



pMS of Tidewater Com- 
munity College, Boom B- 
100 adiacent to the library. 
The group will elect 1975 
officers and conduct a pro- 
gram on Virginia's state 
forests. For informatlm 
contact Club President 
PiKlps Hcrtiart at 340-9760., 

MAY FARM 
GARDEN CLUB 

The May Farm Garden 
Club will meet at 6 p.m. 
Jan. 15 at Kii«s Grant 
Presbyterian Church. 
Mrs. J(4in Bankos will 
speak on "Wonen of the 
Bible." 

MARCH FOS UFE 

Deadline for reserva- 
tions for charter buses 
leaving Virginia Beach -to 
participate in the Nation- 
al March for Life in Wash- 



ington, D.C. is Jan. IS. 
The Jan. 22 bus trip will 
be spwisored by the Tide- 
water Chapter of the Vir- 
ginia Society for Human 
Life. Cost for the trip 
is $i. Reservations can 
be mailed to the Virginia 
Society for Human Life, 
P.O. Box 8213. Norfolk 
23503, or they can be made 
by ealltag Helen Koeaur 
at 424-1183. The buses will 
leave Pembroke Mall at 
• a.m. Jan. 22 to join 
an anti -abortion march on 
the anniversary of the Su- 
pmne CMrt decision le- 
galistqg abgik». The 
organisatioa^«orki% for 
a Coi^ress^onal amend- 
ment on human Ufe which 
would overturn the deci- 
sion. 

NAVY WIVES' SCHOOL 

Registration is under- 



way fw a three-day Navy 
Wives' Service Informa- 
tion School to provide in- 
formation for Navy and 
Marine Coips wives Jan. 
20 to 22. Sessions will be 
heM from 9:45 am. to 2:30 
p.n. at Naval Air StaUon 
(MAS) Norfolk. Free mr- 
sery services will be 
avail^le. To register, 
coBlact Barbara Fi«an at 
444-t3S2. 

FOR THE WECOWD 

FASHION EXHIBIT 

Two Virginia Beach re- 
sidents participated the 
sprii^ and summer mar- 
ket of Bloefieid Exhibitors 
in Bluefield, W Va., Son- 
day, Monday and Tuesday. 
Milton Soffer of 961 24th 
St. was first vice presi- 
dent of the show and Ever- 



ett mone, 1417 TanrMO 
Court, is on the board ol 
directors. 

inOTED DAtTOHTBtS 
OF THE CONFEDERACY 

The Pickett-BuclHUian 
Chapter of the United 
Dauchters of tte Coa- 
feteracy NM its Decem- 
ber meeting limcheoi at 
the Commodore Club. The 
program fMtored a talk on 
"The Last Christmas in 
The White House of the 
Confederacy" by Sue Wel- 
ch. Sp^fen- fsr the Ja- 
uary meetiag is Tom Story, 
Whose byte is "Lee, Jack-. 
SOB and Maury." 



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WMcUng and 
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maHina announcanianto to "BridH.' 
Announoamantt Aould liaiypad,if poi- 
sMa, or prmtad la9My- im daadNna fof 
raoiivini announoaiiianli it noon Fnday 
prior to bm waak of publication. PicbNai 
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ny in lattps to dw aditor. Ataniat wiH 
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with your lattar. Of eouna, tha lattan 
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Mail notioat of dub maalinfi and an- 
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"Sun Dl^." Amwuncamants ifiould ba 
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drauld induda a daytima t ala pbon a num- 
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UetitMe Bmmt^ Cm- 
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0«DEB OP PUBUCAHON 

VtBCHA 

WTVECLraK'S OFFICE 
OF TOE JVVWmM AMD 
DWIESTIC BELAtlO^ 
CCWBT OF THE CITY OF 
VntGOOA BEACB, ON 
THE Ml DAY OF JAM- 
UAKT. im. 

C(MllK»fWEALTH OF 
VBKanA 

to tm Wdknl iuam 
Btmm 

Tfee oi^eet of tkis pt>- 
f«wflin is toMnr^tte 

of ^^ SgtUita 4 Cawi« 
R.C. BiiBaM,PwmM«it- 
Ijr IMin W pnMt, 
ioreaU, or gun&a aod 
to eoBmit said infaat to 
tfee care and costodjt m 
tfee VlrgiBiaBMefeDeiiart- 
mmt of Soetol Scrrices 
iMfe Uw r^ (tf saUacea- 
cy to conseDt to tfee ii- 
fy^'aaA^tiao. 

And u aSbbvit Hfing 
been aade awl filed toat 
Ed SiMioger A CoDitie R. 
C. BoltOBs are a pro|wr 
iwny w ma proeeeaniK 
iMt due dtl^enee has bera 
used to aseertalB ia itat 
cowitjr or eraporatton fee 
U, vitfeoitf e&et, U is 
ORDERED tfeat EdS|»iB- 
iW A Couie R. C. Bot- 
toms do appear here witb- 
in 10 dajrs after doe pub- 
lication berecrf, and do 



<»DER OF POBLlCATKW 

to tfee CleA's Office (d tfee 

Clrtdt Ce^ tf tfee (^of 

TiTBiida B^A, OB the Srd 

Uy ttHmmui, ivn. 

WbritAii C. Bronsoe, 

PlaMUf, 

agatost 

Thoau Lee BroBsoB, 

D^CBted. 

lie object of fttssrit is 
to cM^ a diTOfce a vin- 
colo ■atrinoeii IroiB toe 
aU detedaitt, ^oa tfee 
groHMto ^ tfMeitioa. 
Aid aBaffidavlthavinKbeeB 
■ade nd filed OhA dae 
dlUgMce has beea used bjr 
ta in befeaU of tte Coo- 
{daioant to aseertala ia 
vUdi cowrtji (XT cor- 
IMnMaa tfee rtateniliBt is, 
vtthoat tflect, tfee tost 
kiovB poet <tfBee adftvss 
^H^f ! ; <W2t-F Decaiw 
artte, y^tfa^ Bcadi. 
mr^ida it to ordered that 
he dB wear bere arithin 
tos (Un days after dae 
pria iw an hereof, aod do 
irtat aMjr te aecMsary to 
yroted Ids litterest to this 
satt. 

A cBpy-Terte: JOHN V. 
FEiniKESS: CLERK 
Osto B. Gajr, Jr. 
aniBiTartoad 
Va. Beach. Ta. 

Jan. 1. 15. £t. a 4t 

OBDER OF PUBLTCATION 
IB the Cleric's OtHee of tte 
Ctratt Coet «f «Mr C8]t of 
Vir«iitta BeB<A, ob the Srd 
day of Jaaoary, 1979. 
ClristiBa Kay Uade, 
MalBlift. 



maim et1hiH«, tobe latw 
■cr^ M» a <ttv«^ a 
ftoeato m^MasM fr«a> 
tte said d^Ma^ woo the 
ntwds ^ itserttoB. 
Aad «i^t&fitfea«ta|b^ 
■adeaMffltodOMthede- 
toBdart to M B«»-r«iM^ 
(^ toe »M 91 VinWa, ae 
laM kWM pm emet 
addraa* briag: S74 44to 
Stra^, BrooUvB, He* Yott 
11229 It to mntead Otf he 
doHipear here wlthto t» 
(lOttfaysann-dBepiMl- 
cawahweof, aaddoatat 
ttay be aeMmry topro- 
toct his Wm'M ta toto 
salt. 

Aemr-Teste: Xm» V. 
FWSfSBBS: dERK 
Osto H. Gay, Jr. Atty. 
2i?l Bi«w SOBd 
Viififlto Bea^ Vlrgioto 

Jaa. t. IS, 22, 29 « 



Raadi^ E. Uade, 
Defeadant. 

Hie object of this suit 
to to oUato a divorce a 



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UkeGeofs^. And Tttn. And Abe. 
Atid all the rast of the guys on 
U.S. &vingi ^mda. Haixtoome. 
Good faadccrownd. And heat of aU. 
tto*!! newer tst you dowB. 

How do you meH fiv* like 
that? S«n|rte. JtaM e^n IV far tiie 
Paynrfl ^vinga Plan ait work. 
An amount you ^lecify ia aet 
ai^ from your paycheck, and 
toed to buy U.S. Savings Bonds. 
Bdbre^ou know it, you and the ' 
bc^s will be aeeiiw a ]<rt of 
eadicAher. 

J«n Payroll &vu^ today. 
That way, youll ehnqn iwve a 
nve, aMiic aho(M«- to tan en. 

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(»nER (V MU.K:ATi(»f 

latfecCleric'aOfBceofthe 

Ciraitt CobH of the City 

of Tlfi^ia BMCh, 00 the 

23nl U$ <a December, 

1974. 

DOBBB Saaee SteriMr, 

najhtur. 



Gam M- AariMr, 



The oh|act of tfeta ndt 
to to flhiato a dlfmrce a 
vtaodo flMtrtoumii from 
toe said defeiidaBt,qm the 
ptmrntoafdMCTtioB. 

MM as afOdaflt havtoK 
be« aude aad t»ad^t 
toe driaBdaat to a bob- 
reatdBRt of the SUto of 
TirtiBla, the last kaoini 
pon office siMress telac: 
S19S 8. W. Mfe ATene, 
lUami. Fliicida tt to or- 
dered ttat he do anwar 
here vtthto 10 lUm) <toys 
altor dae paWlratioa here- 
of, ud do what may be 
Beeeaaary to psttoet.Us 
iaterMtathtosait. 
A em-Teste: KOm V. 
FEIITSE8S: CLERK 
Somite G. CBttey, p.q. 
147 Gruby Smk, Solte 

Morftft, l^tWa 2SS10 

Jul 1, 1, 15. 22 4t 



QKMM, Olf PUBUCATKM 

to tfee Clerk's Office of the 

Cirenit Coert of toe cite of 

Viifiafa Beach, ontoeard 

day id December, 1974. 

ivk Stevta Pdte, 

PtotoW. 

aptoat 

Liaita-Le Marnret Locot 

Ptfto, 

IMNm^Mt. ' 

The d^cel of tfeto sail 
to to ohiate a dlvweea 
OMBsa etthoivtobemer- 
^ iato a dtvoree a ria- 
edo raatiimotf fhmthe 
aaU MmiutL, vob the 
groaads <rf deseiliaB oa 
kfia 9, 1974. 

Aad aa afOdaTit haTiK 
beeB made aad filed ttat 
the (tefeadairt 10204 West 
9ttfe Ternee, «F. Overland 
Park, Knns M212 tt to 
(H4er«d that ite do wear 
h«e wMria toa (M) dajps 
aflCTdaa p BfWca t fc a hara- 
of, aad do what amy be 
Becessary to pvotect her 
iirterert ill toto salt.. 
A «m-Teste: SOBX V. 
FEMTSESS CLEUC 
OoMto A d^enaan 
Salte 515 Bk. (rf Va. 
Mldiof p.q. 
Morfblk, Virgiato 23510 

Jaa. 1. a, 15, 22 4t 



ne el4«et of toto aidt 
to to obfate a dlvwiee a 
fiaodo matrlaioaii oe tte 
pnoadi of ^wnUoB Us 
a t«o aad man feu pet- 
tod ami/er desmiiaa from 
(heaaMdefanduL 
Aad aa affldavtt havii« becB 
mMe and filed aad fimt 
dae fillnace hasboMaaed 
by the fUwaidalBaat to as- 
ceriato to iriiat eooaty, 
im^taality <»■' eorixn'- 
dloa toe Dtfaadaatreddes 
to, i^MNd aitoct, as toe 
Co m to i aa rt hneto de- 
poMS.^ tte lart kaova post 
oifee addma bidif : Cy- 
prm <km^ ^to. Aft n, 
1911 19to«HeUkStreeto, 
Vliiiida Bc^ Virj^ato 
tt to ontorad ttat ^ (to 
appear hni vlWn ten (10) 
daya after dae pidilkauuu 
hanof, aad do «M any be 
aeMMaif to niitod her 
MeriB^tottdssatt. 
A ean.1^Hte: Xm V. 

lOSR. MteTryi 
Va. BeaA Va. 



Jaa. 1, 1. 15, 22, tt 



OAD^ OF roBUCATK»( 
bteCtotk'sCmM<tf^ 
CtfOM Gowt of tte City 
of Vlrtfite ^^^BCh 00 tte 

Srd 4q at Deoraiber, 
I97C 

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nataMT. 



The oh^ at tUs salt 
to to alMa a Avoree a 
vtoe^ aM^KOBU tram 
tte ^d delMlMl.ivoatte 
iroida rt d aaa rftoB. 

Aad aa afllAvtt tavtof 
bew made sad fUed ttat 
tte dtfeadurt Is a mm- 
reside (d the State of 
Vlrij^, tte bat taion 
pORoltee addma hrtag: 
S2 AlhMU Laae. Uoi^ 
Ifnris. lIUMpatttoffl'- 
dered ttrt dwdo^pear 
hen vttMa Urn (10) dayr 
Mar dae paWea^ tere^ 
of , aad do what may be 
Bo^aaary to iniitot^ tar 
to^MttoWssuit. 
A eonr.Teste: JOHN V. 
FEinmESi: CLERK 
Banovt Lowe 
1104 Arctic Av«iae, Va. 
.23«1 

Jan. 1, 9. IS, » 41 



ORDER 
VmGWU: IN THE 
CLraK'S OFFICE OF TWE 

cmcurr court of the 

OTY OF VlRGDnA 

BEACH, ON THE ZTttDAT 

(ff December, 1974. 

llB re: Adoption of Dcnald 

Lee Hamman aad Richard 

Scott baimaB 

Bf: Harlan James Engel 

aad JacqBeliBellarie(Lee) 

BVel Petitianers 

To: Geoiie Clifford Ham- 



7^ Asalea GariteB Road 
NonbA, Vintoto 
.b dHBcery 
«C74-532 

Thto day came Harlan 
James Eagel and Jac- 
qaellne Mane (Lee) Engel, 
PMtiflans, and repre- 
sealad tfeat tte object of 
tfeto priDONdiBK to to ef- 
fect tte adc^tiaa of toe 
dwTC aaamd iafuit(s), 
Donald Lee Hamman and 
RiiAnnl Scott Hamaian, by 
Barian Jaams Ea^l and 
Jacqaeline lfarto(Ue)En- 
Jacqaeltoe Mane (Lee) 
Eagel. harimnd and wife, 
nd affida^ tavtog bea 
made aad filed ttat George 
CMfftHtl Hamman, a nataral 
parent of saM dild(ren), 
to a resfcient of tte Stote 
a Virginto, tte last knom 
post office address tetog: 
79SS Asalea Garden Road, 
Notihdk, VirgiBto. 

R to tterefbre Ordered 
ttat file said George Clif- 
ford Hamman appear te- 
tmt fids Coait vithto ten 
(10) dam after pdilicatioii 
of ttto Order and indicate 
m attttade toward ttwpro- 
poaad adaption, or otter^ 
wise do wtat to necesnry 
'"iftjMtoet hto latensst in 

A copy teste: 

Jota V. Fentress, Cleric 
fine. Fine, Legom A Ftoe 
720 Law BUg. 
MenMk. Virginto p.4. 

Dec. 1, 9, 15. 22. 4t 



(XtDER OF PVBlXkTVbm 

ta tte Ctoik's Office of 

tte Cii«att OMtt of tte City 

of Virginto Bea^, 00 tte 

2?tt uy of Decemter, 

1974. 

Sett Mttchell. Jr., 

Pteatttf. > 

aptoat 

Unda L. MtteteU. 



DAm^ Im Perry &]Rtor , 



ORDER OFPtJBUCATtON 

to file aerk's Office 

(rf tte Clrevit Court of tte 

Ctty (d Virgitia B«icb, 

ea tte lltt day <rf De- 

e^ber, 1974. 

DoaaU V. Reese, 

Hdatttt, 

apitat 

Karen L. Reese, 

DHmteat. 

Tte objKl M thto miit 
U to dl^to a ttiN»%e a 
tdaotfe mMbmU from 
te taW Mateirt, que 
tte proaato tf de^tton. 

ted ntfda^t taring 
bwi mi* and fitod ^t 
tte dtilwHhm to a w»- 
resto^ itf tte Stote a 
Vlrgtoto, tte last kwnra 
pM( oRlee ^iKsa tiei]%: 



Route 2 Box WIS, Uogp- 
bebi, Peon, tt to ontored 
Ifetf ^ do appear Mre 
witttotea(10)dBys4tec 
<tte pnUicattea kerM^ and 
do wtat may te necessary 
to ivotect tor toterest In 
this suit. 
A cow-Teste: JOHN V. 

FEinnlESS: cleok 

Jefti^ Gl. Havema, Atty. 
207 Plau Ooe BIdg. 
Norfolk, Vs., 

Dec. 25, Jan. 1, 9, 15 4t 



OSDEfi OF POBUCATKni 
to tte Cleric's C^ee 
(tf tte Circuit Court at 
meCOjat Virginto Beach, 
on tte IMi day of Decem- 
ter. 1974. 

DaM Dmver Claric, 
Plai^itt, 
againri 

Ibry E. Nicklos Ctork. 
DefcaMbnt. 

Tte object of tkto suit 
to to obtato a divwce a 
vincuto liatrimonU from 
tte said defeadant, q)on tte 
grounds of living sept- 
ate and apart for more 
than two years. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed ttat 
tte defenklBt to 
residait ot ttoj 
Virginia, tte 
post office addi ^ 
^>1 Rosaryvilli 
Upper Marlboro, -^-jr^ 
land it is ordered ttif^ 
^le do aM>ear bere witt- 
to ten (10) days after due 
pabUeation hereof, and do 
wtat may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A c<w-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Brydges, Hammers (iAud- 
ginsp.q. 

1369 La^kto Road 
Va. Beach, Va., 

Dec. 25, Jan. 1, I, 15 4t 



(»DER 
VI^aNIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OTTRE 
ClBC OTr COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH, ON WE 20 DAY 
OF DECEMBER, 1974. 
to i«: AdopUon of a cUld 
to to named tlaya 
Lea Wtte. an intknt, by 
EmBM Darieim Wise and 
Rotert Lee Wise,' 
By: 

Petittoanrs 
To: Glean E. Lawsoa 
DSSDetta 
FPO San Frucisro 
Of CHANCERY 
fC-74-2S6 
lids «toy came Emau 
Darlene Wise aad Robert 
Lee Wise, P^ttoaers,and 
reprnotod ttat tte ob- 
jed of tfeto proceed- 

iag to'toetfMfiw adop- 
tloa of tte above aamed 
totoirt (s), Tanya Lea Wtoe 
^ Emna Darlene Wtoe 
aad Itotert Lee Wise, has- 
baad aad irito, aad affl- 
davtt taviog beea raa^and 
filed ttat Glom E: Law- 
aon, a natural pai^ of 
saM ^M (ren). is a aoa- 
riridcatitf tte Slate of Vir- 
gil^, tte last kamni post 
office addraas-b^ag: Jm 
Dttta FPO Saa Francisco, 
tt to tterefore Ordered ttat 
tte said Gtan E. Lawson 
appear b^rie tUs Court 
wtttta ta (10) (toys after 
pobltoatioB td tfeto Order 
and indicate his/ter attl- 
tnde toward tte pn^oeed 
adoptioa, or atterewise do 
what to aec^sai? to pro- 
tBA hto tata«st to ttto 
fflritCT. 

A Mpy teste: Jota V. Fa- 
tresa, Clerk 

Jsn. 1, 9, 15. 22 « 




ORDER 
VKGimA:* IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CTTY OF VniGINU 
BEACH, ON THE 22nd 
DAY OF OCTOBER, 1974. 
to re: Adoirtion of Dar- 
rto S. Lane 

By: Matthew E. Waro.Jr. 
Petitioners 
To: Rodney W. Lane 
Address Unknown 
to Ctancery 
«C-74-14444 
Thto day came Ifatttew 
E. Waro, Jr and, Petit- 
ioners, and r^resoited 
that tte object of thto pro- 
ceeding to to effect ttead- 
option oi tte above aam- 
ed infaat (s), Darrto S. 
Lane, by Matthew E. Waro, 
Jr. and, toisbaad and wife, 
and affidavtt taving been 
made and filed ttat Rod- 
ney W. Lane, a natural 
parent of said diild, to 
a non-resident of tte Stote 
of Viigtoto, tte tost known 
post Mce addriess teing: 
^ UiAaown tt is tterefore 
Oiitend ttat tte said Rod- 
ney W. Lane ^ipear te- 
fore thto Cosrt wittdn ten 
(10) days after poblication 
of ttto (teder and indicate 
hto attitade toward tte pro- 
praed adoption, or otter- 
wise do aiat is necessary 
to {HPotect hto toterest to 
tfeto matter. 
A cofqt teste: 

J<dm V. Fentress, Clerk 
William F. Bumside p.q. 
959 Ladcto Road 
' Virginto Botch, Virginto 

Dec. 25. Jan. 1, 8, 15, 4t 



NOTICE 
Virginia: 

Tte regntor meeting of tte 
CoimeU of tte City of Vir- 
ginto Beach wiU te teU 
to tte Cooncil Ctamters of 
tte Administration Build- 
ing, City Hall, Princess 
Anne Stotion, Virginto 
Bnch, Virginia, on Mon- 
day, Jaimary ZO, 1975, at 
2:00 p.m. at which time 
tte following an>Ucatums 
•wUlte beard: 
CHANGE OF ZONING DIS- 
TRICT CLASSIFICATTON 
LYHRBAVEN BOROUGH 

1. Pemtoa of M^U and 
Etanor H. MacRae for a 
Change of Zoning Dto- 
trtct ClassificatiMi from 
R-8 ResUential District 
to 0-1 Offin District 00 
certain properly located 
on tte Norttwest noner 
of M(»i1s(n Avone and 
Ansol Lane, nu^ng adto- 
taace of ISO feet along 
file North state of A^ 
Lane, ramiag a distai^e 
<d 100 feet along ttte West 
side of Morrison Avenue, 
rnniag a distance of 150 
foot iJong the Northern 

^t^rty line and running 
a distance <d 100 feet 
al«ig tte Western pn^- 
erty line. Said parcel to 
known as Loto 5 and 6, 
Btodc 11 as diowB on Plan 
el Lynteiwn, tto Prop- 
erty of E.E.Broofcer and 
oateiBS 15,000 square 
feet. (Pinewood Gardens- 
Lyanhavm Ar^t). LYNN- 
HAVER KHIOUGH. 
CXnnNTKMAL USE PER- 
WTS 

2, iMiNtoatton of JATO 
CMp., T/A Polynestmi 
I^^ tor a Coatfticnal 
Vaa P««it tor baft sttw- 
i^e lod ba^ag c^iac- 
tora yaiil OB certato pnp- 
mif hegtwing at a potot 
U1 tort SoefiMast td to- 
gram Rotf and rising a 
dlrtasce of 2^.55 tort 



Atfi 



aloag ttm West akto <rf 
Nortt Lyaatavea Road, 
nmtagtiU^aBtidfm. 
•9 M akiig tte leottara 
in«ei^ Ua^ rtaaiag a 
diJKace a09.W tortatoag 
tte RotteniDropertvltoe. 
uoimas »4S Nortt 
Lyaatana Road and coa- 
taiaa 1.93 aens. Tto pro- 
posed slm^ area te to- 
mcatcd as a 7S-iort 
by 100-foot parcel to- 
catad at fiieSonttwest cor- 
ner of tte Irt. (So^wm 
TeriMe-Pine fntU^aor 
Areas). LYHNHAVEN 
BCmOTGH. 

VIUHNIA BEACH BOR- 
OUGH 

3. i^plicatiott of Crown 
Stotioas, Inc., Iqr Jost^h 
Lawler, Attorney, for a 
CoadUlonal Uw Peraatt to 
nmnite aaairtomiMte ser- 
vice stotiott and carwidi 
OB certato propetty begto- 
ningatapcdrt4M.44tort 
West of Holly Road, rim- 
Btog a distuee of 112.94 
feet atoag fiw Nortt side 
of LadEto Road, rtuning 
a distoBce Of 153.0C frat 
aloag ttw Westeni iwtjp- 
erly liae. rimaing a dto- 
tyiee fd 200.96 tort almg 
ttie Morttern proper^ line 
and hmntog a dirtaaee of 
157.29 fertalOBgflw East- 
era property Itoe. Sato 
parcel eontaias 0.75 acre 
more or leas. VIRGINIA 
BEACH BCHK)UGH. 

4. ^ipUeatioo of Heary 
K. Edqutot, DBA Edoitot 
BaikUflg Corp... for a CoB- 

ditioBal Use Pnntt to 
construrt a two-tomilyite- 
toched dwelliag (diq)lei)on 
certato property enrrntly 
Eoaed R-7 Residential IMs- 
trtct beginning at a point 
55 fert West of Baltic Ave- 
nae, rnaing a distance of 
50 fert aloi« ttw Soutt 
side of Virginto Avenue, 
rimning a distance of,100 
fert along tte Western 
property Itoe, running a 
distance (rf 50 fert aloi« 
tte Soottem property line 
and running a lUstuce of 
100 fert along tte Eastern 
properly line. Said parcel 
is known as Loto 30 and 
32, Block 23, Map of Shore 
Acres and contatos 5000 
sipiare feet. (Store Acres- 
Shadow Lawn Heighto 
Areas). 

VmGIMA BEACH BOR- 
OUGH. 
BAYSQ)E BOROUGH 

5. i^ifdieation of Tide- 
water Corvette Clrt>, toe.. 
Uie licensee by James M. 
Gallagter, Attorney, fen- a 
Conditional Use Permit for 
recreatiMal tocilities of 
aa ooUoor natnriB(eeadac- 
tlng gymkhaaaa by ap- 
Iflicaat'a memters to- 
volviag sports car rallies) 
on certato properly loca- 
ted wifidn tte.paridag area 
at file Sootheast comer ot 
Virginto Beach Boulenrd 
and Hmce Awnw. nm- 
ning a distaaM of 647.06 
ttet along tte Norttem 
properly line of which 450 
tort to tte Soitth side of 
Virginto Beach Boalevanl. 
limtag a distance ol 620 
fert mwe or less atoog 
Uie Eart skto of Horace 
Aveane (formerly Jeffer- 
son Avenue) riinning adto- 
tance of 966.77 fert along 
tte Sonttem ^tyerly line 
(Prtvosed Columbus 
Strert) and riunttng a dto- 
taace of 855 fert more or 
less along tte Eastern 
pnipertyiline of which 
600 fert to tte West side 
of KeUara Road. Said par- 
cel contains 11.430 acres 
and to carrently soaedB-S 
Cmrtral Business IMstrict. 
(Snnnybrocdc Area). BAY- 
M)E BOROUGH. 
Rtohard J. Webboo 

Ctty Clerk 

Ja*. I, 9. 21 



t^ of liary Trent BUto- 
oty, OecMsed. 

Jan. 1.9, 21 



AN OROIANANCE TO 

AMEND AND REOR- 

DAIN CHAPTER 13, SEC- 

TWNS 13-1 AND 13-2 OF 

THE CODE OF .THE CITY 

OF VI^DHA BEACH RE- 

LATDIG TO ELECTION 

DISTRICTS AND VOTINC 

PLACES 

BE rr CHIDAINED BY THE 

COUNCIL OF THE CTTY 

OF VntGINU BEACH, 

VntGINU: 

Tfeat SertioB 13-1 ol Ctap- 

ter 13 to tereby attended 

and rieordained to read as 

follows: 

Deleto thirty-loor and 

insert ttdrty-five to ttie 

first sentence. 

Add Election District 35, 

Centnl Absentee Voter El- 

9Cwm 

District. Muidcipal Center, 
Cirentt Court Room 6. 
Itat Sectioe 13-2 is tere- 
by amendtil and reordain- 
ed to r^ as foUows: 
Delrte tiiirty-tour and iU' 
swt fiiirty-five to tte first 
smdence. 

Thto (wdinance shall te 
effective on and after Feb- 
rinry 1, 1975. 
Adopted by tte Council of 
tte Ctty of Virginto Beach, 
Virginto on tte 23 day of 
Decemter, 1974. 

Ju. 1. 9. a 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE JUVENILE AND DO- 
MISTIC RELATIONS' 
COURT OF THE CTTY O* 
VniGINU BEACH, ON 
THE II DAY OF DEC- 
EMBER, 1974. 
CCaiMONWEALTH OF 
VIRGINU 

beeB made and filed ttat 
to re: Jota A. Perrel 

Tte Objert of this pro- 
cee^Bg to to sqnriite tte 
above named infaitt, child 
of VlnU Perrel and Karen 
Perrel, permanently from 
ito pamts, and to com- 
mit said infant to tte care 
and cpstody of tte Vir- 
ginto Beach Department of 
Social Services witt tte 
r^ (d said agency to 
coBsert to tte infant's 
adoption. 

And an affidavit taving 
Virgil Perrel and Karat 
Perriel are tte proper par- 
tys to tkto proceeding; but 
due dlli^ice has been need 
to ascenato to idiat conn- 

I, .ty or corpmiatimi te to. 

stwttfeort ettert, tt is. 
(HtDERED ttttt ViripU 
Perrel and Karen Perrel 
do apptu tere withto 10 
days after ttw prttlication 
tertof. uid do wtat may 
te^necMsary to protect 
tfertr iiderert to Ibis sntt. 
A COPY TESTE: 
Detorife G. Goff: B^mty 
CTerk 

Donald R. Hiotos 
(PetiUoaer) 

Dec. 19. 25. Jan. I. 9 4t 



^W CAUSE ORDER 
Of THE CIRCUIT COURT 
OF TOE Cmr OF VIR- 
GINU. BEACH, VHKHNIA 
tte 23 day Of Decemter. 
1974 

t»: Mary Trart Blltooly. 
deceased 

CP«2ff» 

tt anieari^' that a n- 
p(»t <a tte aeco^a of 
Bank <d Virgtato-Ceatral, 
pMwmal Rq»«a«rtattve 
«rf tte est^ tf Mary Trant 
BiUsolV, deeeaaed. and ol 
tte drtto aad demands 
i^tart her estotehasbew 
filed to tte Ctorii's office, 
aad fiiat sto montts tav« 
rts^sed since tte aaalif- 
iertiOB. on mottoa ol Baift 
id Vintoto-Cntnl. ttie 
PerMWd Reprasottattve; 
IT B ORDERED ttat ttm 
creditors of, aadaUettera 
irtere^d to ttto Mtote 
do tfww caase, if a^ they 
caa. OB file lOtt day of 
Jaramry, 1975. b^mtUs 
Coart at ito control, 
apinrt tte pajmieat aad 
daUmy ol tte E^te of 
Ibry Trart BUlmdy. ito- 
easMd. to tte leptees 
wtthort reqrtring r^and- 
te beads; aad tttoFUR- 
raHtM Q^ffDttBt tte 
torcgotog perttaa of IMto 
«4er to p aM i a ted once a 
ta- two «Ke«sira 
ta tte "Vlrgtato 
,Beadi Sn," a 



pifeUAad ndtavtoga^i- 

«bI A^d^ea tt tte e^ 

oftHtfibBaBA. 

A Copy T^: J<te V. 

F«tress, Cleit 

K^ard D. Gqt, Attmaqr 

for ^tootor of tte Es- 



ORDEROFPUBLICATIv 

to tte Clerk's Office of tte 

Circuit Court of tte City 

of Virginia Beach, cm tte 

16tt day of Decemter, 

1974. 

Patricto Ann Lackey Brod- 

erick, 

Ptointifl, 

against 

C»ij Glenn Broderick, 

Drtendant. 

Tte objert of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
tte saiddrteodant, 14)00 the 
grounds of taving lived se- 
parate to excess of two 
(2) years witteut coteb- 
itatign. 

And an affidavit taving 
been made and filed that 
tte drtendant a non-res- 
idert of tte Stote of Vir- 
girta, tte last known post 
office address being: 1621 
Teck Av»ae, San Mateo, 
California 94401 U is or- 
dered that te do appear 
tere withia ten (10) days 
after due publication here- 
of, and do wtat may te 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A copy- Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
R^pb D. Katterman 
Stoney P(dn^ 
700 Newtown Rd. 
Norfolk„Va. 

Dec. 18, 25, Jan. 1, 8 4t 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

to tte Clerk's Office of 

tte CircuU Court of tte 

City of Virginia Beach, 

(» tte 12tt day o( 

Decemter, 1974. 

Jeroae P. Makley, 

Plaintifi, 

agaiiet 

CaroUne Ann Makley, 

Def^tdant. 

Tte object of tUs suit 
to to obtain a divorce a 
mena ^ thoro to te la- 
ter merged irto a divorce 
a vtocuto iMtifflOBii, frmn 
tte aid Menbrt , qxm tte 
grounds of denrtioB. 

And an afficavtt taring 
beea mute and filed that 
tte Memtont is a n<»- 
resUert of tte Stote of 
Vliglma, tte tost known 
post <^tee address teing: 
c/o R.H.Trtfdrtt, 379 Al- 
tera Orive, Perris, Callf- 



Tte&m, Jan. I, 1979 - 9»— 

ornia 92370 it is order- 
el ttat ste do appear tere 
within ten (10) days after 
due publication tereof , and 
do wtat may te necessary 
to pnMeet her irterest in 
this suit. . 

A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Osie H. Gay, Jr. 
2871 River Road 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23454 

Dec. 18, 25, Jan 1, 8, 41*" 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION' . 

to tte Clerk's Office of tte- 

Circuit Court of tte City 

of Virginia Beach, on th^ 

I2tt day of Decemter, 

1974. 

Elliott C rayton Porter, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Tanya June Porter, 

Drtendant. 

Tte object of this suit' 
is to dbtiia a divorce a ' 
mensa et ttoro to te to- 
ter merged into a divorce 
a vinculo matrimonii, from 
tte said defendant, iq>on • 
tte grounds of desertioi.'' 

And an affidavit taving 
teen made and filed ttat 
tte defendant is a non-- 
resident of tte Stote of - 
Virginto, tte last known 
post office address teing: 
P.O.Box 485, Bath, Soutt 
Carolina 29816 U is order- 
ed ttat ste do qipear tere 
within 10 (ten) days after 
due pid>Ucatian tereof, and 
(to wtat may te necessary 
to protert ter toterest to 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: .JOHN V.; 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Osie H. Gay, Jr. 
2871 River Road 
Virginto Beach, Virginia 
23454 

Dec. 18, 25, Jan. 1, 8, 4t 



ORDER OFPUBLICA-nON 
VlRGDnA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
JUVENILE AND DOMES- 
■nc RELATIONS COURT 
OF THE CITY OF VlR- 
GDnA BEACH, ON THE 
lOTH DAY OF DECEMBER 
1974. 

COMMONWEALTH OP 
VIRGINtA "^ 

to re: Christopher Neil 
Peck 

The object of thto pro 
ceediag to to s^arate tte 
atove nmed intent, diild 
of Phillip Jrtmson and 
Diane Kattierliw Peck, 
permaneatly frmn ito par- 
erts, and to commit said 
Intent to tte care and 
custody of the Virginto 
B^cfe Qepartment rt So- 
cial Serriras iritt tte right 
of sak! agency to consert 
to tte infknt's aikiption. 

And an affiitovit taving 
been made and filed ttat 
milto Jrtmson aadl^ne 
KaUwriae Peck are proper 
parlies to this proceeding; 
brt due dUigence has been 
used to ascerlaU to wtat 
county or corporatim te 
to, wittorat effect, tt to 
ORDERED ttat Phillip 
Johnson and Diane Katt- 
ertee Peck do appear tere 
wittito tea daim alter due 
pidiUeatioo tereof, and do 
wtat may te necessary 
to ifftMert tteir interest 
toUdsmilL 
A COPY TESTE: 
Elizabett E. Henley: Clerk 
Rtt% Flimstona, 
Deparlmert of Social Ser- 
rices (Petttioner) 

Dec. 18, 25, Jan 1, 8 4t 



ORDER >: 

VDWDOA: IN THE ' 

CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE • 

CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I 

CITY OF VIRGnnA ; 

BEACH, ON THE IITH I 

DAY OF DECEMBER, f 

1974. I 

to re: Adaption of Pauto « 

Elisabeth Nicboto | 

By: OUver Fister and Ar- « 

leWa Fister i 

PeUttooers f 

To: Joseph Nichrts I 

3076 Fireside Road I 

Chesqwate, Virginto | 
to Chancery 

iC-74-1667 
This day came Oliver J 
Fisher and Arlethia Fish- * 
er. Petitioners, and re- 
presented ttat the object 
of ttto proceedi^ to to 
effort tte adoption of Uie ' 
above nmed intent (x), 
Itaato EUstfbrtfe Nicteto, 
by OUver Ftoher aad Ar- 
lettto Filler, tosband and 
wife, and affiitovit taving 
been made and filed ttat 
Joseph Nictols, a natoral 
parent (d said chUd (x), 
is resldert of ttie Stoto 
of Vtrgima, fim last kmnrn 
pc^ rtfice address being: 
3076 Fireside Road, 
Chesi^eaktf, Virgiiito. 

It to therefore Ordered 
that tte said Jos^ 
Nicteto ^ipear b^>re this 
CoBrt wttUa tm (10) days 
after puWeatton of this 
(^^r and i^cat^ his/ 
attttade toward tte prq- 
posed Mioptioa, «- oOwr- 
wiM do wtat to neceanary 
to pratert Us hteri^ to 
ttria Mtter 
A apy t^e: 

Jota V. Fntress, Clerk : 
^ritag W. Walker p.q. : 
555 Feichureh Strert 
Nor«^, Virginto 

Dec. It. 25, Ju. I, 9 «- ' 



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e^erience reqalred. Write 
Byerly Newspapers. P.O. 
Box 1327, Che a a p e ake , Vlr- 
gUda 23320. f Mr. Bly. 
freU w why yon caa hand- 
le the )ab - write today.) 

36-J(d>s Wasted 

TYPING SERVICES -AU, 
kteda. la yeara profession- 
al experience. Call 697- 
1539 after 6 p.m. 

BABYSITTING - MT 
hiye. Ar agona VMaje. 
inlarences, reasonnnle 
rates, 4t7-76«. 

*1LL BABYHT _ FOR 
workii« Mother. Dimedia 
Cborchland. AU ages. 464- 
■»45 



WILL BABYSIT « MY 
hMne * ArdOKMre Secttoa, 
ChesapMke. »* La^fces, 
fcMad yard, hoarty or 
jwaMy. 545-2332. 

TYPING - MANUSCRIPTS.. 
My home, experienced, 
420-9564. 



SEWING AT HOME* 
clolhei for Uttte Girk aad 
Womeo. WiU hem, no al- 
teratlew. (Charchland 
area) 464-9535 



R 



START YOUR OWN - MA- 
gic Mi^ Carpet Cleai^ 
bnsiness, be ysv oam 
bona, lew la i eaU a aal , Ugh 
prottt lor aadiMaBs per- 
SOB only. 425-6065. 

WFSET PKINTIAg - IF 
POB want a newspaper or 
dretfar prtttadtteecon- 
onical (^tset way, cheek 
with Byeriy PaUkattoM. 
Lowe^ prices hi TMe- 
water. Composition ser- 
vices. Can Gene Wea- 
dorf - 547-4571 or Nor- 
rls Bly 627-5010 tK ao 
oWgrtin qaobrtioa 



e 



43-Local hatr. Claswa 



'nSTBVCTKNI ClASSm' 

Narses Aides - OrderHe* - 
Oak RIU Matteal TraWag 
Sdmd, Gretf BrMi». 547- 

$m. 



44-MHie. Dnce, Drama 



ORINM LESSONS 

»a pr«lat>ioiMl 
CMI Mr. Hill 



I uvmoat ■ 



ff-OBga>iaU,l»arP^ 

PCmES LHASA APSO. 
neaOaat entor aadMBltty, 
dManhm brecdiBg. Ptle^ 
tiMi HM to^O. CaU 
C4-3766. 

PART HAMESE HTTENS- 
oae taale, Mafltts. 2 
awlea. Tapaey ft Jta^ 
gwccks.^rmdlltyidhis. 
Adopt mm by eaUiag 464- 
m» between 2:30 am - 
9:30 pm. 

POODLES TOT. APW- 
cola, 7 weeks old. AKC 
ngMered. One fMate, 3 
nOO. CaU 420-U26 



BRITTANT SPANIEL 

piBBiea-Cbampioa sire a 
tIeU winaer, Dam U m- 
tioMl Held chaovloB sired. 



547-4623. 



4S-Iiorses, Cattle, etc 

2 P(»IYS FORSALE EACH | 
135 aad $40 great irith 
children eaU 462-2906, 



e 



51-Articlcs lor Sale 



FOB SALE - CULUGAN 
aMiit 2 water aoltiier. Good 
aa wn. ITS. CaU 462- 
234} alter 4:30. 



ST. MATTHEW'S TWBFT 
Step - 3316 Sandn Laae, 
Sherry Part, Va. BMek. 
9HN) am to 0:00 am Mon- 
day throagh Friday. 



CXJLLECTOBS ITEMS - 
Three 30/30 Wiaeheslcr 
Certenmala. 1166 Aawrt- 
eaa Cinleanlil. 1300; Can- 
adm CealeaBlal, 975; and 
Bafilo BiU, »75. AU lor 
16S0. Can 4M-4M7 alter 
Opn to ».»f.m. 



CARI»ET 

ONLY M49 

ol 140 pereeat 
.lUaMrt ayloa 
eaxpd; price ladndea ear- 
pat. jilllH aad waU-to- 
waU tataitetloB (« to ISO 
aq. It.); aaamtad eolora. 
Cdl tor free hoM show- 
ii« el saiaplcs. K3-4301. 
Tama avamdUe 
UNCLAIMED FREKaTT 
CO. 
1544-46 Nontew Ave 



■AIKUS 
CVLTUSEO MAULE 
Vani^ Tops madebyHAS- 
as CULTURED lORBLE 
CO. (tormerty HoweU Pro- 
dnds) no Broad St. Ift- 
6061. 



VlTflnlo-Carelbia 
Tira Co., Inc. 

Tha Stroi^t Tolli 
TIraPaopla 

Vl66 
6«9-Sli> 



alOift 



LOANS 

POIANT ' 

wuBiNanuc nwou 
NOTE and AUTO 

Norfolk 
County 
Finance Co. 

LOCAIiYOWtO 
AN^OPBlATED 



MS BATn.lPItU>H.TBl 



SlA-Ail^aM 



«4-H(ME SERVICES 



mv UKMBN 

SiS CllvlBfd SL 

nMtrftpukttSVafySL) 

•aae apechl bamiM 

o^csmc 

>97.7ti3 



SAinniQ ft nEtOfl.odWc: 

Bardwaed nmm M Yra. 
smeritaee, tiwa asteatea 
tR-6474 alter 6 p.ai. 

PAOrmC - ETTCTpB. 
loterlar. top <«**;, bottom 
priee, also w«t gimr- 



^^^ 



FREE LUBE 

WITH OIL AND 
FILTER CHANGE 



C E. MflMWas 



■ • 

55-TV/todlo/Stetao 65A-MoMleHonieal»rRaat | 

I 



ONE MAGMOVOX-TV fi 
eenaole goodeaadltian.lnal 
(tecfced. im. Call 462- 
3759. 



SS-Ptmooa 



TRAILER - 2 BEraOOie 
Nicely tmUDmi. Swim- 

SSf.'^a.S^&SS). 
Grandy. N.C. 547.«71 or 
424-4507 after 6 pai 



t 



COMPLETE 
Wrockor Service 

BATTLEFIELD AMOCO 
SaVICE STATION 

•" t440Ne.BaNiafiaMBM; 

547-5606 



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PIREWOOD-HS C08O. 1/2 
urd US. CaU 02-2636 

nUWOOD - ISO FOR 
ifpno. i/2 oord hardwood 
Miverad. (kwat Bridge, 
bdiaa River, mt Keaps- 
vOIe Area only. 420-0566 



60-Lawa and Garden 



TOP SOIL - BLACK EX- 
qrislte. aoft. anrsery soU; 
alBO aand, also bdkhtad 
laUBg. CaU 967-9077 or 
567-034. 

TA. BEACH FIBEPLACE. 



DOPLEX • NEW 2 BED- 
rooaBs, aaiarnlihad l»0 
ptas electric. Catt 462-1257 

66-Fw Bent er Sal t 

DAW cafean moa - 

trie ar rsHi, 6hap arw. 
ia.lRIa«. hal. Oflkaarsa 
1.696. aidflaarl.466. Con- 



IlenPsrestijr; 

5766 Chanfttead Mvd. 

CHURCHLANO Shopping Cantor 

UNDER 
NEW MANAGEMENT 

-COaiAILS- 

Fr«sh Sea Food* Prime Beef 

Spocld Luncfiaofis and DbMiart 



I2A- 



, flrapiMeabaitt. 
rpairad. Newda mperafc- 

gMTHloM. Can 426-7350. 

61A-Farm Implements 

NEW 6 FT. IWC 
HARR OWS - 135 each. 
STEVENSON 
FOSDTIUCTOR 
1792 S. IttUtary Hwy. 
420-4210 

64-K)ME SEHVICB5 



WAIX TO WAU. CASPBT 
R006f SBBBtOB 

COSrOM Biar ALLATHO 
PHOHE 9*4-0661 

CARPCnOWN 



WE NEED BADLf 
Caah paid far caaMraa, 



MON.SAT 
SUNDAY 

484-6969 



open 

11 :00AM- 10:00PM 
12 noon - 30QPM 



J»l rtlyII»tlave.l22-6969 




64-Real Eatate Notleea 

QUKX CASH 

DoPriost - Wdloco 

Rooity 

4t4.2030 

Fw agrity in jav 

Q0Wm*o5Sui_ 

^yWaUai»-4a4-iU'< 
MlleDq>rte*t-4S4-4343 

Don Waiavright-466-7433 



EXPERT MOUSE 
MOVERS INC 



llad, Irick ar Fraaa 

Mityiki lr«s. 

4X7-S7SI Ya.Rai(k,Vi. 42|.|SSS 



1 ,m mi^m^ *^^ q ^w 



Locd Moving 

AwAtMFURNrrtmE 

a Office Fnnttare 

XW.FORMAN 

(kiiurod) 
4M-i279 

SEAMLESS 

ALUMINUM OUTiaS 



ft Tinjd aidlag. 
are 



64-aailtatanfcMcaa 

WILL TRADE* TWO- ONI 
acre Iota near Coco Baacli, 
Pla, (Ugh. palm trsas.) 
as down payaMnt tor no- 
tes, Bnsineaa, or honse. 
CaU 424-4507 after 6pB.- 
M:lflpB. 



tl-RaaoH Prop, tor Sate 

REnRT PW)PE8TY FOR 
sate-i^inc* Of the AUarfie 



WX. ROBERTSON M.D. 

Ar««XJNCES THE OPENNG 

A »COND OFFICE 

Por iha praeiin of Opidhalinolocy 

224 l«ttiofiold Mvd. 

(WftappiagCaater) 

Oroot Irldgn, Choaopoako, Va. 



33I-IS$1 



iS47-3«0 



oar r eterenena. Aop ft 



eompare! 



St3-8109 



WALLPAPEHNG-PAINT- 
Ji«, Stelateg, Vamiahiag, 
kterior. aad Exterior. Al- 
ao DrywaU fiaiaUng. Fm- 
Eatlmate. caU 499-0427. 



M out IUMW» MOOS 1. 1 < 1 



a^ sHU anter 150,009! 
Near knkm Pier ia Km 
DavU, iteftt CareUaa. 
BaaaUM terge daaad 
haneh. Hi^ ^at of grmatf. 
Ttaae badrooau, maid's 
roea, L-8teo«d Porch, t«m 
ahowerii^da 




UMNKMOArmtlOr 



UPHOLSTHY - SUP- 
eovera, drapery wort 
dsne. reaaoaable prices, 
tree csUatttea, plekop and 
d^very. Per iaformatiaa 
caU49*-Sia. 



rwNB aad ^tag room. New 
roof, aew w^sr h e ater , 
electric stove wired tor 
2». coaotetely tandahad 
troai nft »lie Uoor to 
pictens oa ttewaU. Mt 
aemaa tha niad ireai 
baach. (It raaUy U priM 
oeaaa h-oatefafV Cash 
priee,|U.SOO. Ton flaaara 
w arraage lor H. CaU 
4SI-0496 



MAUNO'S HOME IMPROVEMBITS 



PraeEsltaMtea 
Canorts, AddttioBS, Kitcheas Rcaradeled 
Da^ tor Triaa^. I^eiflc Cabtaetry 
Or wtt ewtaa haUd oMieta ft forarica tops. 
kiMiOT ft Exterior Trim, ai^. Palntlag, 
ft Piatt Mas. 

PaOHPT^XVICE 
For pataoari aaUmtfe write: 

MABKt. MAimD 

IS Firat Coaoaial Kd. Lot 16 

Va. BeaiA, Va. 23«1 



SHAMROCfC* 

Rtatty CORP. 



m 



CnCMEBICAL, 
RESIUUrilAL 
SALES ft nVTAU 
WE WILL NT TOOR 
EQUITY 

1365 S. A<tt/rARr 
HWY. 

Va. 



m 

FOR rw^ 

424-2600 



tfAlTOR 



GET A JOB 
LEABNA8KIU 
GO TO COLLEGE 

If you quality, yo« may be 
eligible for a weU payi^ 
Job that tenehea yo« vala- 
dde skins, and attheawe 
liatc pan lO to 79% of 
poar Mdtege tattiaa. G« 
oae step &ad ot the tab 
amtet aad bnrt ttc ll^ 
eoat tf ediaga. Lean a 
Mtor a UMaeaadgci 
be edncatton vital to b- 
dayft techMeal w«1d. See 
nrlottl Anayrapraaan- 
Wlve. AA OmtA Prt^ect 



f^a Ch^ipeato 547-7900 



(Ponaer oner - fomsey Bros. Tciaeo) 

ANNOUNCESTHE OPENING 
RAMSEY'S TIRE CO. LTD. 

3S0O Ooovgo Wodi. Hwy. Portsmoorti 

(Off Fradritl Blvd.) 

397-0779 

waCOMES.~0ID & NEW OlSTOMBtSt 

BMNG THIS AD N AND 
l»:CEIYE 50 % 

DISCOUNT ON AUGNMENT 




8.W. |K>LB ft SCNi 

tiMcmc CO. 

hah^edto 

ucMrrvp 

Tidew^ar Vtr^da 

tor 10 laars— 

Aad We're atttl 
apat^tog 

S47-»77 



] 



MiSorvico 
too fowa b lo Roloi 



I 



nai a, wttrMiiy. Hia)(«MAy 

Rettouronf ond Lounge 
• Cocktoife • f 

iptUA hmdwoni and bimiars a 

^diSoofood • diolco Stooks I 

It A fAm^km Remns ovollaMo^ 

Uve Entertainment I 

FooMirMg Molo Doirs 
Friday and Serturdoy « TIm Roal R 



I 



f«oo i o ii—ia ROMi I moay and deNurdoy n THo Roal RecM f 
934-1649 I^fi*a-i«,ite««.f 543-0426 I 



Jl 





ttieWTRIAL ft 

SONSTiUeTION 

i^NPMiNTIiNTAL 

541^-5723»w«ldwi •At ComortMon 
•FoHcfffs •Spoc«H0Grtm 
•Gtsrwi •0»oln Sow* 

333 Bainbridgo Blvd. 

NORMAN DEAN: MGR. 




JOHNSON - ATWELL 

Prescription Opticians 

NEW BRANCH OFFICE 

224 Sattbf i«M Blvd. No. 

547-7272 



REAL iST ATI 

SELL-RENT 



REALTOR 



romrfiniE 



CREDIT 

qOKX DEUVBIT 



g. ttttteM the ibNCh fide? 
Htvtr Ind Credit bctoit? 
An im anr to tte w I? 
ITrfljnMds? Cone on in. 
V* en hudlejNMraeebM 
Ml MMt casM. We like to 
fcrip ynwt f wiplii i mmI wr- 
«ie^M> ftt ftartcd. Wbjr 

Cy aora tlna tte ma vko 
■ caA -- dw dUef kas 
jMt OM ifflee fn- all. « 



Cosh or Credit 
Quick Delivery 



Bm Sandy Bolin, owaer, 
nUred CUe(. USN 

FUIWITURE SHOWKWIIS 

Kl E. Utile Creek Rd. 
H3-SM5 

mi 8. ifuitar? Hrn 



IFUNDS AVAILABLE 

* Shof^MHH CMten 

* NurwiQ Houmm 
■ Comwric ol - Ist 

IndmortogM 

* COI■llVCiiO(^ OM- 



Dovlt-LarHvM 
AtMctef«« 



490-3 1S4 




SAVE FOR FUTURE REFHffiNCE 



Me. & Mm. SwppM. 



Realty 

1104Tyr«NMkl4 



MM RIVER OAKS MIVE 
TAYLORWOOD ESTATES - CHESAPEAKE 




REALTY 
— f* — 



KODUCT 
FINDBtS 

Fw^CB or doBc^ic, ce- 
OMit, M, eqalpmeot, ter- 
terltxer, coal, coal mlBes, 
rteel, etc. ^ 

DAViSALARRIVS 
ASSOCIATES 

Broker 

490-3184 



ISOO ^teedy A^. 
Chesapeake, Va. ZSS20 



fOR QUICK RESULTS 

CAU 
424-3720 




JOSEPH McCAIN 

SBDOttfiCCS 

R«lecatiMi of 



IJEaLestati 

Otttees to Chesapeake 

955 OAK 
GROVE RD.< 

(off BatUeHeM Blvd.) 

547-7134 



Portsmourti's Lorgost 
SaJM Organization 

4805 

Portsmouth 

Blvd. 





TIDEWATER 

SEjWICE 
DIRECTORY 



WANT TO KNOW WHO DOES IT? 



AUTOMOTIVE 



UEHE WHrmELD4M-543S 
GE1UIJ»G£(»GE 4M-1«M 
PRAKJUAIIE 4S4-MM 

ADUNE (XXRG 4M-5MS 
BENWHTTFIELD 4M-54SS 
IWJWIE HOWELL 4M-(M04 



Stool »traH» (or hnr- 

.m! Uie eUMiflwl ads 
to wwr comnnattj ■•••• 
gner to Ut the target of 
palcatial ^tMpeeU tnyiw 
nelfhiKHrhood. 



Toylor Bros. 
Realty 

3104 Tyr* Node Id 



Sriffony Woo<^s 

FoTAsf m% 

Ctdar<kW9 
Ta)/hr¥foo<i 



'^^-^rftnftS M*^*' 



484^4542 




I 

^IRfilNIA lEACH 

I 
I 



BUOINER^AK 

I UMMIBIT.IIK. 
'WE 
IPAIR 
SAU» A saviCE 

Iia«nuHu»«ra 
OnflMards-liiBiMkH 



FURNACES 




lADIATOR 

ARlTlMHMii 

NEW LOCATION: 

■ I^«e;Efllele« racilitiet 
I lISSTViniiait B<«^ Blvd. I 

! 428^071 I 

I f^tMn MM. • M. t AJtI. ft « »J<.f 
'. t*.tAM.1*ttM. I 

iBaBkameneani f 

I iiartorChar^ j 



Cdl 426-M10 
HOME IMPROVEMENT ^ME IMPROVEMENT 




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I 



SWfT 







QUESTIONS WOMEN ASK 



7tQ botique 

ALL Bleed Grooaiif 
CIMT80 lAtS* BEW 

547.S000 

121 WATNE AVE. 
(MEXT (Hd Shoppbv Ct.) 



Keeping worries secret 
only makes them worse 

Q. Arc cooiiutcre betng 
^itMoAiddacton In the care 
nfpitinb? 
■chaAtagM •*»■ .^ _ ^ A-YaLmsdevdapamtto 

to time Md ^drtts an kw and sm arti- onMnailataiHmade.CW>. 



GARAGES 
•vm: UF mMtFoucs 

LAIKSEST GARAGE 
BUILDERS' 

ROOnNGSD»4G 

853-7689 

aBOCromweJi^. 



'^-►—••^ 





SPEQAUSTS 
N 
RB>AIRS 
REMODEUNG 
PATCHWORK 
PAINTING 
AILIYPE 

CEUNGWORK 

ReeWeaWiii aid Commerciali 

rne artUaattc 4»-4M1 | 



I Z4 BbM I 

• EotMTeiie; Serriee ^ 

1 CALL I 

f 421-2415 j 

I EXPERT REPAIRS | 

I FOR ALL TYPES A 

I OUtramers I 

* )M1 Battlefield Bvd. | 
I Chea^peake | 



FUEL BUXS HIGH? ! 

W1HD0W8 SWEATIHG? | 

WATER UNDER HOUSE? I 

lOLDEW-lUiLD? !- 

YOU MEED I 

IKHSTURE CONTROL! | 

mVESTIGATE I 




BLAa 
BROTHERS 

BaUten 

Hoae Inprovetuats 

Contractors 
GanfeBrtklera 
Boon AddmoBf 
AlvattaBSidtac 
Rooll -Carports 

KMcfeea RMBOdeUiv 

CALL ANYTIME 
545-7318 

Hi«b E. BUek, 8r. 
1800 Park An«w 
Chea^ette, Va. 



di^aHii dl to One aod ^drtts an low and lae am- pro0WiliMogmade.C«m. inicKivm i/E\.vKMivwi 

la*aaonaaa«l>baio.Iha*« drta ia to faeeoow imrahpad in -,|„ „ tamkaUa aagr r:r~"*a*"*"^'*T 

tdtodtoto^getonaodfliqr asoialtataitotiirtm^TMa Saoe wfem a larie nM of ! LBUBQII iA ' 

M Urn laa pOi for mr Mad of actlTity caado j^^aaitoB mart ba re- | ~'""" fflF 1 

laadMlM. I tarn ba« too ?«*wfcrd«|OTart M.iyi^ carded. wmlBtod. rrtriaead, I BviflcrB i*^ I 

aalhwrtaJwHtwapn- pniifam. i»w.awBB— teMwrw ffl I VmOtSTERY ft I 

■IBL ■BaniaWw a iBiait haveeoaaBBManiaBBeniiioi • itj-.«»i<»»» i.^- ' 



alMMprWttoi 
Ii^beaHa 



to pot 



i^nl^_ d 

lenapra- pnUeoi. MVi.awamaBta: 
.ItoniaaKfear . 

latOM. """Z^^^SSZa^ M bar tabjr^hewt into, etc, 

* '" la A. aacb a fladtoi to poaii- taaaantaahavibawiraB 

tfaaaaea lie. Ite IwaHBaa (dmritaic tatUaaadotbareowMM*- 

iTaiilipqr. I aaderataMl the, rtoe rapldjjr to reach a piicaltoH. Iba onpiriv na 

^^ peidi vend to eitfiai week be ait to tun «b a red Itfd 

8f pngam^. Ibn ta]r fan itoa aqr ef toae totarea to 

___ _ Dr. eff to a landi tower level outoide to Banaid raga. 

IMtorCitarahMaladtod lteei# to laat necka. Bow- More tatonaatoi oobe » 

aadwitttoAHttttoa^aet ew.toboniMDeadoiMtdto. todated bgr to eoomtor to 

far naff vaanaBdrwifflasr i^eartoaiMnaripravMacjr abacttontfaaar 

batatonatodtotoaidaiapUa and aaidlr flNe • pMttve btfaBeanrbjri 

veik. Yea eenU toe «WI a liii—wy tort. Itot prag- to awv toin. Aa yea 

■anebirtaMtatotoat hnagto^toapaaaaefn 

rdBctar>ngo. aaA with to b^ kUttig tortag avanr kdmrtag ^ 

«ea toW BMalkn aB raw aidtebeartteateaijrtobew «gdl be nry h^ and Oda 

1 yev wtcrtea. and prwancy taato are not coat wil alow down tiMae da> 



INTKIOR DECORATOR^ . HOME IMPROVEMBIT 

I aOOHADOniOMB I 

I nroBR uMoDiLnG | 
LaU dsee of laragea aadf 



HOHE OWNEXS HEW 
FRIEBD 

CALL340-USZ 
AU»n>GEA 
CHAIfBERS mC. 
ZUSVa. Beach Mrt. 

W ^iito>«toto ^mm «^ ^Mto ^H^'^ 



HOME IMPROVEMENT 



A PROUDLY 
! ANNOUNCING: 
i.A NEW. MODERN 
I RmMSMNO D9t 
f IN ADDITION TO 

{oflasysS^s 



Bit be 



amf At Mmm 1 



qgwfti.AMiiti^MtoB 
. 340-8607 

292S 



attaded laraces 



latta^ 

••Coovert garage 
I or taodly roan 
^Bathroona, Vaaltiee 
kCeraaite TUe, Brick, 
^Btockmnt 



to a deJ 

I 



We qtedaliae to t 
Home laaprovenento! | 

R.H. BLACK I 



Co. 



IM-M» 

AinnnafE 



I 

»T-nn I 

EVEMDIGSi 




fma A AWNINOf 
Company | 

547-3939 ! 
or 547-S533 { 

242 BatUefleld Blvd. R. f 
CheeapMke, Va. j 



CALL THE LOCAL FIRA« USTED ABOVE 



PASSPOINT POINTERS 

Family needs foreign 
travel flexibility 



BfXaamwaaE 

LaaAagdn 



vepi^ fivira«er9i^ 



Wa bavi toae cHUm. 
i«aa tt, B aad Ut wto «e 
newataa afe toeajg rtoad- 

Hewvnr, we baec a pittgr out 
to ti«v4 tagator to avoid a 
poaaMeta^^toMtor. 

My wM nd I hara a ear^ 
raot aiiwniiH atmnt wka la 
i^ mk pininrta. 1 lay 
^to <M*w nrid be to- 
dided to boBi e( ow paa^ 
parti ae tot tkqr eorfd travel 



port at a tone. 

I ai^M Stat ym «>d yaw 
wife tow iMMdaal paaa- 
pert!, aad tot yea have year 
<±OdrmdaD snepaaiport, 
wMb to ddeat etafld to bear- 
er to Indnde to toOtoato- 
tore, if to ddhlreB win bwvd 
togelte. B ast, thiD to beat 
of oooraa, to tor 
roftotanOyto 



bm to ar to ewa _pan>efl 
Uto wwld provide nn greaw 
eat fhiA^ M Ate yov or 
yov trik told tate ooe or 
mm of to cbBton wM yoa 
ataiqr toe. 



to two paa^erti tf to j 



I dswH aec irtiy we anto 
be v« toi taattB^ ae tog aa 
we pay to moaey. An I 

J.A.S. 
Datf J.A.B.: 

Ni^yawi^kr^U.S. 



tola 0.». etowai^ to be 
la ton ton OM ^Id I 



Ins an orphnaod i 
gBlaMrtteor«BetoaaIdB 
MM kaew m icd Ito^. 
Hewcver, I do have a lap- 
Hasal cartiaeato wU<* 
towa nv aaaw {9kA to, 09 

tot I WM bom to Uaeetai, 
M)., an Oct S, Wa. I w«i 
bapttnd whan I waa 1 year 
old. aberOy after I wtt tainn 
to ^ lap letor pvi^ Ml 
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Dear T.A.D.: 

Ibe b^itonal oertOcate 
yoo daacribe may provto 
ada^ate evhtoce sf your 
UrthtetoUtodStoa. 

R eant gvc year ftiU aaiDa, 
dato ani ptoee «f Urft. to 
aame, letotondaeal of to 
cbor^, nd tbM tbe cerano- 
qr U»ek ftatct witiita a year of 
yowbtatb. 

YoH toidd atoo, however, 
r e i pnrt a aearch of the blrlb 
reoordi from to NalMton 
Dqartmnt of Hi^i to be 
cwtto tt^ have ao record en 
lite, aa ttta aotto lAI be re- 
qidied wba |o« apply tor 
]wnr paHport. H year tato 
par«to are^av^abi^ itef 
ibndd main eid a itatoBNM 
ii to year dato. place albittt 
and toto concmlng yov b^ 
lag placed wM tora aed d^ 
ttfaatoe a toary poUe or 
appear wMi yea wtoi yea M> 
Pfytoaj 

mit two 

r^ 1A«J toebea^ I 
rart MleiiUBciMflB, awe 
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QaaelteM May be aab- 
^tol to Ma tato. Gaptoy 
Newi lertoe, to can af tok 




One M«y is to Manca your family budget. 

Arantwr <i^ is to read and use the Want Adi 
regularly) 

ftod die Want Ads to find the itwns yau need at 
twi^iet-Mancing prices . . . wkI use the Want Ads to 
find • cash buyer for dwse ttiil-good rtenH you've 
bem storing in your home. They can help you WHIP 
INFLATION NOW! 

It's easy Ki place a low-«»t ad. Give us a call ttxtoy. 
Well h^p you wwd your ad for mMlmum response. 



YOUR MONEY 

How to reckon 



your savings 



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^ JUDITH G. HMOAIMa have a 

Copley Neweiento open 
1 have retoved Hveral •» myarif? — 0. It, 
qaiatiMa rcgudiBg bow Mto. 
aoto iMDay cao be a» ihwk a. Yea can 1 
totoby r ag d a rty aavtag tm very atotor nto to ladi. 
to |I,M par year. IMag vldwdltolireBBtoAct(BIA), 
■ ae annpto, it year aUdi to part of to new pot- 
to oam p w B ided aw- toikw.YoacaabigtoaMk- 
i« b« to dnlaciaik ctorito- 
ttoaa ai et Jaoaary 1, Wli. 



and we diaoined iaveatinento 
for both American citiaena 
and iorcignara. That diacua* 
riOB toft bttle doobt to my 
mind tto to U.S. ctoen wiU 
not reap any benefito Igr atog 
a Cayman Uud hntorage 
hoaae tor bto paraoi^ ac- 
eeui^ The primary renoB far 
tot ceodetoi to tot yea. aa 
a U.S. dtton. woBld be taud 
00 yew divid»da and eapHid 



paiddbrec^toyea, 
or to yew brotoage acooart, 
evn If it to to to ^ymn la. 



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'^daibl'yik "^ li H^ Mora tont nu 
tltoJto|««S^M» Kmi»«l-f 

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B to toe, however, tat to 
Ca^Doan Umk to a to 
bavea, which. If uttltod 
prepirtyi diie have cntot 
ta»dtofTri beMabL toee 
aae of a to haven to aona. 
whM cooapHcatod, I wge yoB 
to aaek to advto et a tow^w 
I yea are tateraHad, or, lor 
gen«al iirfermatfea alwvt 

WmwmgKa, TwuBm^RWnm 

to World bridag Jk Itaat 
ConiiMgr (Q^iBn) Ud. («■• 
at to aajor tow i adtoa of 
iMdi to to Stot of itow- 
to), to to (^rsHB Utoto. 
BriM*«toat bi««. and n- 
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to toe, itot ky ton nd A.ffyimaretoaU.S.dti- 

niteitoeweertoB.Tea1 an, tort to toi. I raca^ 

batoatoe^diyewtaonQr had to oppaftoto to vtott 

«ow. wifli Mr. Georp Otm, of 
mimownaeuaiitoitounH 

0. My cora^iqr doea not aito, in tbe Cayman btoto. 



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aaved to two paoea 
.Apfa aday^ aptoa 
Benjandn F^adtti. 

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Beach lectures to educate potential victims 



combof 



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rtun'ity 



Vlr«lBte Be>cb pdice 
hofie to arm dtizMS irith 
nvT^r tiiat could preveid 
eiioMs of (wortaaity 
ttroofk > sertes of nontlily 
prepuBS stertiac tUs 
■oolk in fttCooKUclttra- 
b«rs. 

Lt. lIUtOB E. Betoe, co- 
ordtaator of the piddic 
avu-eness proKram, said 
ttw Police Departraeit las 
mnred tke ckamber on 
tte secoad Taenia; even- 
tai( Of evenr raoirth tkroHKh 
1975 with a different topic 
s^Bdnled eacJi raontli. 
Programs begia at 1:30 
p.B. 

"We know from eqier- 
Icace tint tte majoritjr of 
eiimes can be preveiited," 
Bouie toM Tbe Son in an 
intenriew. 

Tke BOi^; intigraras 
are designed to pass on 
t4>s which police piclc qi 
ji^ MUng cases on the 
streets to the potential vic- 
tims. 

Beach police have been 
ottering presentations to 
civic organizations for the 
last eight or nine years, 
Beane rqwrted, and the 
jnxigiam has been well- 
reccived. 

Nov law oiforcement of- 
ficials hope to reach even 
mart peqde tfarongh the 
rqpilar monthly sessions 
in the municipal center. 

The Pidice Department's 
programs on borglarypre- 
nttkM and self defense for 
wiMnen have been popular, 
he added, they have beilt 
4> good rqintatioo. 

"How we're maidng ain 
■]!-«■( eflnrt to coidact as 




nCBABOKM 

Youth heeds 
to Richnond 

A Bayside Jmior High 
School student has snared 
a iol» as a page in the 
Virginia House of Dele- 
gates for the 1975 ses- 
sion of the G^ril Assem- 

Greg Richardsra, son of 
Virginia Beach Assistant 
City Attorney Jay Richard- 
son and Joyce Richards(W, 
will be among 39 students 
servii^ as pages for the 
sessi <n, which will last at 
least 4 month. 

It IS the first time in 
at least eight years that 
Virginia Beach has had a 
page in the General 
Assembly. Richardson's 
tume was submitted lor the 
post by Del. Owen Pickett 
(D- Virginia Beach). 

An honor student, 
Richardson will complete 
schoolwork during the le- 
gislative session by mail. 
Any tests or examinaticws 
teachers require will be 
administered by the Has- 
te .'^ of Pages. 

Pages are responsible 
lor carrying bills on U« 
floor of the General 
Assembly, as well as 
delivering mail and mes- 
sat ' and running errands 
for legislators. 

For their duties, pages 
" ' -^ive an J87 weekly sal- 
k in addition to room and 
board at the ^(Aa Mar- 
shall Hotel. 

i'ichardson is a member 
of U)e National Junior Hon- 
or Society and Bayside 
Junior Hl^ Spool's His- 
tory Club. He plans a car- 
eer as an architect. 

Virginia will 
build ramp 

Virginia is ready to pay 
1225,410 to bolM a boat 
ramp at Long Creek. 

Daring production of the 
Jan. 1 issue of Tbe Sm, 
^e information was inad- 
vertently dropped from a 
story m the boat ramp 
planr ">d in the north Vir- 
ginia Beach area. 

Tbe city is eipected to 
tfka $139,912 of its om 
■ontv lor street improve- 
me' on Maple Street, 
« vill link tbe rany 

tb ,>aore Drive. 



■y dtiieBS as we can," 
he eqdalDed, "aad we're 
not li^Ung ittoooearet." 
hi aditttioo to its bur- 
ftarf uA self defense for 
wtmm prograns, fte 3uk- 
mrf aad Febmary offer- 
iags, tte serin will cover 
the gamirt of crime pro- 
Uems soch as street 
crimes, sei crimes, ju- 
venile delinqaeacy, child 
■ei^ect aad abuse, drugs 
aad worthless checks. 

AIM iacloded in monthly 
pngrams are lectures on 
tbt Beach's canine force, 
with a deaaartratiaB using 
OM of Ike dogs, and a pro- 
graa oa concentrating on 
oie finctiaiis and purposes 
of the potiee ftn-ce. 

Each morth police offi- 
cers specialisiag in the 
field — ttie man or woman 
dealing with tte day-to-day 
cases — will nmke the pre- 
sentations and handle ques- 
tton and aaswer sessions 
tbatfidlow. 

•"nt people giving the 
lectnres will be actively 
working the streets," 
Beue said. For enmple, 
ae detective who investi- 
gates had checks will pre- 
sent the lecture oa worth- 
less checks and how mer- 
chants can detect them. 

"We are totally invol- 
vli« aU police persomel 
ia the lectures," Beaae 
said, addii« that it is Oe 
policeman's job to promote 
pubUc awaroiess as he 
works w^ ciUaens on the 
beat. 

The Jan. 14 lecture will 
discuss burglary pre- 
vention, while the Feb. 11 
toidc is self defense for 
women. 

"We've had a lot of pro- 
blems with robberies, sex 
offenses aad rapes, ' ' Beane 



sakL Hopefully ttie lectures 
will alert p(4atial victims 
to dufera and prevent fu- 
tinOTBes. 

For eiam^e, Beaae ao- 
M, a womaa who is going 
to hN car after worUng 
late rtodd have her key 
ready so she don not have 
to finUe wM her purse 
ia the dark before eater- 
iaRtev^cle. 
Hka itaip also toek ttie 
ibe mvM ter 



car so an attacker can't 
climb into the back seat 
aad surprise her. 

Aad there are simfde 
defeases a wonaa an use, 
Beaae Mided, Meh as a 
small can of tair ^ray or 
a OMab. 

Police advise wtmen to 
use "overkill" if tl»y are 
attacked. "Don't be afraid 
dl hurting sonetody," 
Baaaa said. Most cri- 
■iaftU are kMktogln-aa^ 



prey, uti cteaces are ttty 
wUI run if their vtctlB 
puts q> a strong anogh 
f^d. "To 90 per c^ erf 
the attackers, he M- 
Idaiaed, "it's an opporta- 
ally." 

Bonvever. he waiaed wo- 
men Bot to mistattaekers 
if ttey are amed with 
deadly weapons, soch as 
gmmorknlTCS. 

VirglnU Beach pctfiee 
tape to htfUato • 



«a^" 
tntftm to at dova oa 
nriilaaMil barflartoa. 
'•rs a MAtor of aalth- 
ra f^i r 




8toM jpeUce BO kiat*r 
iDvlfe ieaM dwdcs for 
talMm wko are awaj , ta 
hrmM aMdag a aafgh- 
bor omdd tvaa tara oa 
UgWa hi ttt cfMriag. aad 
eariry iH maU or aawa- 
ptBKt vMch Mt as t^ 
•& tor N«ty hoKSM. 

Beaae ^adoMCiM la 
■Uch a woauA «MO«w«d 
aoBMiae tad aatwrf tar 
aad A* trted to aa- 
lly to frt Mp 
a aaightor to eaU 
hHm. Wtaaita ntvwd 
to tar r a ai da ta a, taa «u 
laaaalted. 

Part of aw vnM»m, 
Baaae added, is ttataalfh- 
lan slmidy do aof kaow 
■M aaoltar. "We've te- 
soM* a vtry aMidle eoa- 
MBtty," ta nqdaiaml, 
"espwd^ VirglaU 

Beach, wtare soaoaypeo- 
^aretraasleat." 

Vmc* taT« aotad aa la- 
eriMse ia daytiat borgia- 
rtes. Ttara ia a "eoavlete 
•udos" from reatdaatial 
areas whca woridag par- 
uta aad eUldna toavt tta 
taase empty aU day. "Kids 
tat tave a field day," 
Baaae said, aottag aa la- 
eraaac ia Jwaaite burla- 
iIm. 

Otter times vtetiais 
stoaidy do aot lUak. Beaae 



ae eaaaof a w»aa 
aat««d har honwa- 
ak rii^avwnoa^ 
At rinUisd ttorttadheoi 
a te«ti[-lal 8to ns aa- 
amOtia ^ tot BBvaried 

Baot aaid tta Poitot 
Dtpaiteaal wOl rtlllpre- 
vldt ladlvidail 



ttou to 

ta 



ina 



d<He ffovs, aad 
ttat tta atlf- 

to avafltW* to uif 
of 19 or MH« «o- 
«aa wto rtoHSt tt. 

GitMps fadetw^tdtottit 
pngtiui rimoM eeatet 
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Lt. Milton E. Beane and Deb- 
by Ounstan demonstrate one 
of tfie ways a woman can ward 
off an assailant. The lecture is 



part of the Virginia Beach Po- 
lice Department's series 
of public awareness programs 
which begin this montti. 




HOSTING 
A PARTY? 



Is It laigt or amtf I? to K fonntf KvHh 
crystal diina wid aihwf and apteial dtooratJona, 
or a ftm-flllad ehildren't party wtith rtnpto 
paper cupa and platoa? 

la it an offica party requiring agira tabtos 
and chairs, or to N Just an oW faaMontd 
family gat-iogethar with convantoat'plasiic 
dinnarwara in ttw tiack yard? 

Whichevar H is, invito us o«ar. Not m guasto, 
, but as prtrfessional party planners wtio have 
everything you naad tor a suceassfid paity at 
reuonat)to rental rataa. Dallvary sarvioa to 
alsoavailabto. 

So call ua today, and rant a good iiffla lor 
your guasta. and a ralaxing time tor yourself. " 

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BICHUOND V 





January IS, 1975 



15 Cents 



Negotiations underway 

Religious group 
eyes Rose Hall 



Sentinal at Sondbr/cfge 



Like a lone sentinel, Heidi stands watch 
over a vacant stretch of beach in Sand- 
bridge. The St. Bernard's owner was 
n(yMiere in sight, but Sim photograi^iar 



Chiidrey Farber discovered the dog's 
identity and introduced herself to the dog 
witti the help of Heidi's dog tags. 



By NEAL SIMS 
Sun Editor 
A cnnsuan outreach organization is 
negotiating *ith tl>e owners of Rose Hall 
over the purchase-of thepre-Revolutionary 
Mstorical landmark off Virginia Beach 
Boulevard. 

Sources close to the owners say the 
asking price for the house and its 35- 
tcre site is in the neighborhood of $1 
million. A spokesman for the religious or- 
ganization confirmed that amount as a 
"ballpark figure. " 

Outreach for Christ, a program for 
young adults currently (grating from 
London Brieve Baptist Church, has asked 
two foundations to purchase Rose Hall 
for the organization's home office. Wayne 
ainner. Outreach director, said the Tell 
Foundation, Phoenix, Ariz., andihe HEB 
Foundation, Corpus Christi, Tex., are 
currently studying the proposals. 

Skinner told The Sun that he may have 
a decision from at least one of the 
foundations as early as March. 

Skinner said that is the Outreach group 
acquired Rose Hall, if would restore the 
building and ask the city to zone the en- 
tire tf acres as an Historic aiKi Cul- 
tural District. 

The Virginia Beach City Council pre- 
sently is involved in an attempt to zone 
the house and 2.1 acres of land surround- 
ing it as historic and cultural, which 



Related story 
on page B-1 



would prohibit the owners froiii alter- 
ing the property without prior approval 
from the city. However, Rose Hall owners 
and raorfjjage-holders have opposed the 
move, saying the historic zoning would 
decrease the value of the property. 

A petition to establish the historic 
zoning for Rose Hall was returned to the 
Planning Commission by City Council 
Monday after a dispute over whether the 
property owners had been properly no- 
tified of the meeting to consider the pe- 
tition. 

The Planning Commission hada|q)roved 
the historic zoning for the 2.1 acres in 
its December meeting, but an attorney 
representing Rose Hall, Inc. said the 
owners had not been notified prior to the 
meeting. 

City Atty. J. Dale Bimson advised 
Council that a recent amendment to Vir- 
ginia law required that property owners 
b« notified in writing five days prior 
to a commission hearing. 

In a Dec. 13 letter to the Planning 
Commission, attorney Robert Brown, re- 
(See ROSE HALL, page A-3) 



m 



two yirfUya Beach sa- 
MUte hnttk eliales feawa 
mm lease t» Ufa ater ttw 
Virginia Dcputaeirt at 
Hadk vrect to rm^on 

ttanc cB^9«s vtaffiag the 

Dr. WUtaffl B. Craw- 
m IbH, diractor of tlie Baach 
IMmgW Md BtackWiter 
^^s, wtrich serve low- 
tacomc comnwities in the 
ctty, vUl Ml be breed 
to eirae. 

After asking the Beach 
to lay off all |iart-ttme 
M^rioyes, Crawford said 
VlrfjiOa's Departoieat of 
Heuh reversed its te- 



New I 



ease: 



Health clinics win 
hst minute reprieve 



eistoD. It Beans that Vir- 
giaia Beach can keep four 
part-tine registered 
torses and a dental assis- 
tant. 

"They have also au- 
Oorised ns to replace the 
dMtist who resigned," 
Crawford said, "so we'll 
eoitiMe services as we 
have." 

Dr. &n CraiBn, di- 
rector of lootl health ser- 
vices for Virginia, said 
tte Mate tas "cut and re- 
stored" programs of se- 
ven! cities on the tnsis 
(^ wed. He said each pro- 
grara was evaluated io- 
«vidiiaUv. 



Last week Crawford told 
Tte Son that he tttooght 
Virginia might restore 
ftnding If the public ap- 
plied raongh pressure. 

The Department of 
Healtt faced by Virginia's 
bucket shortfall, had di- 
rected k)cal health ser- 
vices to cut budgets by 
terminating part-time ero- 
pto)^ by P^. 1 and 1^ 
closing and consolidating 
eoramnnity health clinics 
In an effort to cut spend- 
isg. 

Crawford said the De- 
pai'tmeat of Health re^ 
|»ieve did M. m^o that 
(See HEALTH, page A-Sl 



Medicaid cuts: 

Nursing homes say 
growth funds gone 



MeeiM expansloa (tf 
hoae lieiUttes 
Viri^ia *«U 
to a tenmMm tatt* 
If n^taite arts payments 
to HHHaM pattarts ^ 
fl.SO a (tey, tceordiag to 
a Vititala B«ch wrsi^ 
hone ^okesnao. 

HoMer e. Cuminghan 
jMwAtat ol Progi«sslve 
IMtoU Gn»p he., wUcfe 
mIMttt IM-bed MediG- 
mm Mtfii Carter at m 
LfH awn Drive, Vir- 

ra BMdi, teU The Sun 
mt interviMr ttat te 
Mile arts are a antms 
te«tf to Mu-sbig hMse 
pnagfaMS nod v^umkm. 
OMA#a«, wfto is also 

the bard of 
Erectors tor fl» 1,0M- 
mmimt AaMiMni Hars- 
Ma ItaM Ai^n^Msn, fv* 
pertod ttat Ma«e-hmM 
Matt C^er is ^^wMly 
as M-ted 
loMlpiM^ 



local demand for nursing 
tome ttcilities. 

"Btrt we never would 
tave buiU it," be aikM. 
"fl we had kSEwn the state 
mmid do whrt it's (toing " 

The eqiaMfeA wiU be 
coiqdeted in March, Cun- 
ni^^am reported, "but if 
we evened it next Monday, 
we i^iU have it filled, 
in tw> we^or so." i 

ta fact, ^tnia^m Mkf 
many tf ViifMa's elder- 
ly cttlsew are brtng "ship- 
ped (wt rf state" because 
of the mrsii^ hmne bed 
sherta^. 

Cumingten's nursing 
hone reeves $19 SOaday 
fn- ewry patient tbattpal- 
Uies fH- MeAcaid, about 
ttvM-tartta (tftetaalth 
^^r's restdeats: 

WhM pn^osed cuts 
ipi Mo effect, tM will be 
pared tewn to fit a day. 

The %IM (tally cuts for 
Medicaid ^tients in nnrs- 
^ tone ^ograms are 
part of as overall Imi- 



get likening in Vlrgifiia's 
Medicaid prc^ram. 

The ecommy measures, 
some of which go into ef- 
fect today, include endiiv 
{Mynieots for mtprmenp- 
tkm, a^hig MetUteald 
beneficiaries to pay !n 
cents for each prescrip- 
tion filled aod $2 for each 
new pair (rf ey^asses. In 
addiUon Virgnla MedlcaM 
will no loi^r provUe 
medical supplies and 
equipment for «se by Med* 
icaid recipients. 

Dr. F.C.Hays, medical 
director for ttie Virginia 
State Department of Hea- 
tth said be regretted the 
MmkI for the cuttacks "but 
itthout then the, iKk of 
tmta would be mor^Kute 
and Oe eirf results even 
more drastic' 

AlthMgb Virginia is 
worUag under a $16 
millton deficit, Cunni^- 
tam said, "I feel very 
strongly that the govenwr 
fSee MEDICAID, ^ge A-l; 




Bicenf ennia/ unit shifts gears; 
deadline pressure steps up 



ALPHDI 



Virginia BeachBi- 
centennial Commis- 
sion Chairman J. Roy 
Alphin notes thiat the 
United States is ba- 
sically ttie same to- 
day as it iwas ^en 
it was first formed. 
"Everything wasn't 
smooth then. Until 
the last minute. New 
York refused to join 
the Union, and Con- 
gress squ^bled for 
17 years over the 
selection of ttie na- 
tional bird, ttie bald 
eagle," he said. Ben 
Fraf*lin wanted the 
wild turkey. 



By MART BOOA 
Sm- Staff Writer 

When Virginia Beach Bicentennial Commission 
Chairman J. Roy Alphin flipped his calendar to 
1975, it was almost an alarming sight. 

"1975 - it scares us," Alphin, a retired Virginia 
Beach judge, admitted in an interviev^ with The Sua. 

Alphin, wto sports a bristling gray moustache, 
is a soft-spoken man: He leaned lack in a chair 
in the commission headquarters at 318 19th St. 
across from the Virginia Beatsh Dome and used 
his hands to emphasize to his words. 

All-in spends about three days a week on Bicen- 
tennial work, and soon he expects the job to ex- 
pand to four days. With the Bicenteahial year tp- 
proaching it's almost inevitable. 

Itat the focus of the Bicentennial is not neces- 
sarily on July 4, 1976, Alphin noted. 

The commission is planning a Bicentennial Re- 
cegtiix April 19, 1975, the '2D0th annwersary of the 
"stot heard round \be world" which triggered the 
American Revolidioo - only three months away. 

Hill<b R<Aida, Bicentennial affairs coordinator ami 
the commission's only paid staff member, agreed 
that the Bicentennial is creeping up on the commun- 
ity. 

"Everybody faces the same problem we do," 
Mrs. Robida explained. "1976 seems very far. away 
in 1974." Mow that U's 1975, the pressure is on. 

Al{Ain naturally is concerned atout community 
svgjport. "It's been very lackii^," to conceded, but 
as tto 1976 Bicentennial year an>roaches, he added, 
'public interest is picking up." 

Lately to's received plenty of calls about the 
Beach's Bicentennial program from civic organiza- 
tion that want to (to something for tto celebration, 
too. "Peqple want to know what we're doii%," he 
eqriained, "and how they can get involved. " 

Hie first vivid inHcatimi that tto Bicentennial 
Commission is arming itself for the 200th anniver- 
sary of the country's independence will t>e brightly 
c<dor»i fire pli^s painted to look like figures from 
the American Revolution. 

T%e Cox High School DECA Club Is undertaking 
tto brushwork for 84 fire plugs along Atlantic Avenue, 
and tto cnnmission bc^s that other organizations 
irili take up tto paintbrush in a city-wide campaign. 

Tto commissioo has 75 different plans for tto 
fire hydrant |»intii^, from footsoldiers to American 
patriots like Thorrias leflerson and Benjamin Frank- 
lin. Plans cover all styles of hydrants and even 
teach fire pli% arttsb bow to adopt a design from 
cue style plug to another. 

"And it saves- tto Fire Department from toving 
to repaint tten," Mrs. R<M(ta adttod. 

Hk Bicentennial Cmnmission is ready to help 
civic organizations and even small impromptu neigh- 
borhood gro^s work m projects cel*rati^ tto 
aatioo's lOMh amiversary. 

Anythi^ goes, and the commission is eager for 
s^gesUms, Mrs. RcMda .^aid "We're really here 
to eoordtaate, wt to dictole," sto explained. "The 



wtole purpose of the Bicentennial is a people-, 
oriented thin^. " 
Alphin agreed. "The Bicentennial is for all people," 

he said. "We want as many people to participate 
as possible." 

Commission projects will revolve around three 
themes drawn up by the National Bicentennial Com- 
mission: heritage, festival and horizon, which Al- 
phin explains by comparing the themes to celebra- 
tions of the past, present and the future. The com- 
mission hopes to plan a major project in each cat- 
egory. 

For heritage, the commission is working on an 
overlook at Ft. Story which will give a visitors 
a view of the site of Battle of the Virginia Capes, 
where French Admiral De Grass successfully pre- 
vented supplies and reinforcement troops from reach- 
ing Comwallis at Yorktown. 

"It's important," Mrs. Robida said, but for some 
reason he battle has been "played dowif in all the 
history books." 

The overlook site is also near the First Landing 
Cross, which she said will make an historic trian- 
gle with the Cape Henry Lighthouse. All three his- 
torical markers are on the tip ol the- cape at Ft. 
Story. 

Tto overlook, which is presently being designed 
by architects, will be made of wood and erected 
tohind the dune line. 

F\)r festival, the commission is planning a par- 
ade and community-wide picnic on July 4, 1976 
using the city's parks. "It will to like tto old- 
time July 4 celebration, " Alphin said. 

Tto project for horizon has not toen determined ,» 

alttough Alphin smiled and admitted that he has 

something in the hopper. "I have some plans," to 

added, "but I don't want to divulge them yet." 

§ee BICEKTENNIAL, page A-3) 



/unfiouief 
/crapbook 

This we^'s Lifestyle section pre- 
miers Swflower Scrapbook, a new fea- 
ture v»hich will be appearing regularly 
in The Sun. 

The intent is for the scrapbook to be 
a showcase for Virginia Beach, its peo- 
ple and its places. In it, you nnay catch 
a glirrtpse of history, chuckle at a 
'^^ neighbor's tale or learn of a new recipe 
or old folk cure. 

Your participation -- as a reader and a 
contributor -- is invited. The enjoyment 
begins on page B-1. 



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■tonM find aoaey for pro- 

;;fnBS (tron otker &r«is) 

-;t{atker au cut it out on 

>r He also BOled ttat tbe 
^te is reUaquishlBK fed- 
eral noa^by t^ttiog back 
Mediaid. Under tte pro- 
"cram, the federal govera- 
Beat sqipUes 62 per ceat 
,(g tke operating faods, 
.^l^e the state share is 
•J^ per cent. The more 
^^oney the state generates, 
jfiie more money is aTail- 
rj^bte from the federal gov- 
^it'Bmeirt. 

v;^- "Virgiiu has been re- 
^tngnteed on a national le- 
vel for being one of the 
best states for the elder- 
ly," Cwmiagham said, and 
tt has been free of the 
scaadal that has em- 
barrassed othn- states 
with poor facilities to care 
for the elderly. ' 

"We are free of pro- 
blems like ttiat," he asser- 
ted, "because we have good 
fMtJgians. And that's are- 
sntt of having adeqaateftm- 
ding. You've got to pay for 
whatever services you 
get." 

Cunningham said be did 
BOt know (rf any Beach 
nu'sing home that would 
be OB the "vergeof immed- 
iate bankn^tcy" because 
of the Medicaid cutback, 
tuA like any business, "we 
haw to bring in more 
money then we put out." 
. b a^ion, Ciumiqgbam 
■Died, nursing homes also 
generate tax revenue. 

Citing figures based on 
statistics compiled from 



15 sample nurstag homes 
in VirgUa, CuMiijham 
said the itete's ■nstag 
home iadvtry mrtrttrt^ 
a total at $2.1 ailUon aa- 
naally In tool and Mte 
taxes. 

Mar^ Sirs, direetar<tf 
aore Drive Omval^i^t 
H<»ie 3^1 Shi»*e Drive, 
operates a 23-faed nursi^ 
home whMBi imtpMmts 
receive Medinid benefits. 

The cwDack eoald jeo- 
panttse loomed im^-ove- 
■cats at the tiiWty, she 
reprvM. "I doat know 
vtat ttc taipact wiU be," 
she repOTted. "We ^an a 
M <a imiHweBeflts to 
meet tte life-safety tdll," 
a set (rf hailttc standards 
lor aaviiig hones. 

Ilie $1.50 cutback re- 
fewmia the nursing 



hoaae's prott, Hrs. Sns 
M«. 'We feel Wm evwy- 
he^ elw,- de adM 'A 
tiptoes* is ealffled to 
a Uvigg just like aqr- 
meelse." 

aore TkiH is Oa oU- 
ert tmr^m home to 
Vii^iBia B^^ Mrs. Sims 
^d, aai tte revised state 
Hettail Maala provMes 
*ttK^ wlHt we have to 
have to mtte^ce" witt- 
out taktog into coasider- 
^lon repairs tiat night be 
needed. She added, "It 
looks like there are going 
to be hard tildes lor every- 
body.' 

Ltte Cinaingham, Mrs. 
ana r^ortod a dwrt^e 
ef nursing home beds in 
Virgtaia Beach. Sbie said 
Shore Drive has 60 or TO 
pers(»s 00 a waittag list 
for the facility's 23 beds. 




-Beach- 



Board reviews dentist 



The State Board of Dentistry is reviewing the coart 
records of a Virflnia Beach dentist indicted for al- 
legedly committing sodomy on a female patient to 
determine if bis license sbouA be suspanded or 
revoked. 

Dr. Frederic R. Levitin pleded guilty to a charge 
of disorderly conduct tliis week which brougM Urn 
a 1250 fine. Commonwealth s Atty. Andre Evans 
said the plea indicates Levitin was guilty of criminal 
misconduct against a Karen Sue Steege, a Z4-year- 
old woman who' brought charges against the dentist 
folowing a Jan. 31, 1973 visit to his office. 

The dertist has already settled a $50,000 suit 
brom^ against him by Mrs. Steege tor $7.^. 

When police investigators asked her to discuss 
tiie sexual acts on the tele|rfione with the dotist 
tor evidence Mrs. Steege agreed. Levitin admitted 
that the ccHiversations took place, but claimed ttat 
they involved only Mrs. Steege's sexual fairtasies. 



Lining up 
for 75 



A mmMte^ emeen «iU eondnet tetey's 10:te 
ajn. MC^iag of tt* Vll^tt ItepiMicaa Wovan's 
CM A the Pte Trw R^taanat- Gn«t ^mk^s 
vffl M no Stont nd Ceeil; tbcdondii, ite irtU 
tfseott pdWeti k«Ks, and (^^dtaMi MliWk 
Staadtag, who wlU sftak on city govemstM. Hew 
<dltee» (left to rt^) ImM* Batty ifo MeDitfds, 
trmuwer; Jeaa FonI, pl«riiaC; MM M^Md, 
past p^sidoA; Mury Suuf, sacond vi^ praai- 
dent; Mary Barraoo, first vice {retidert and Vee 
Strritoa, recordtag secretery. tte dab's eoires- 
secrelary, Sondra C«pelt. is not in the 



Downs opening guest 



VIRGINIA BEACH CITY 
PUBLIC SCHOOL 

1974-1975 

SECOND SEMESTER 
REGISTRATION 

ADUIT EDUCATION 
INOCOCJRSES 



Hngh DowK. foram- HBC 
Today host. viU Out the 
podlHB Witt Gov. Mills E. 
Gotfwta Sraday at tte ded- 
ieatioa of Bayside Hospi- 
tal, which wUl (^leg its 
doers to patiei^ Monday. 
The oerenumies will be- 
gin at 2 ^.m. at tte hos- 



PRINCESS ANNE 
HIGH 
SCHOOL 

R«gistration - 
January 20, 1975 
7 p.ni. to 8:30 p.in. 

Mondoy & Wednesday 



VOCATIONAL- 
TECHNICAL 
EDUCATIONAL CENTEti 



Beginning typing (Refreshen only) 

Advanced Typing(Sefresher only) 
Ri^resher Mam 

8:30 to 10 pjit 
Mondoy & Wednesday 

BegmiNng Typing (Reft-esher only) 
Begmning ShorthondCRetrester («iy) 
Penond TyiMng 
Office AAochines{Befrerter o^) 

7 pjn. to 10 pjii. 

Advanced Sevimg - Knte —oSy) 
Beginning Dlressfflddng Jf^^^^y 
Qqlts (Monday or Wednesday) " " 
SpcHwh(Wedncndayonly) 



oaly) 



Regiitratiofi •> 
January 20A21, 197S 
7 p.m. to 9 P.RI. 

Monday & TuesciBy 

Advanced Ty^MTig 
Data Processing 
dericd Accowrting 
Steno Block 

Air CondMomia 
B*9nmng T^^Nfig 

AutoMechonia 
Gaperrtry 
G:A>inet AAoking 

Basic Photogrc^)hy 

Dnvtmg 

AAodwte Sitop 

Masonry f 

PluHioing 

SmoN&igines 

WeQing 

RdhrigeRitiop 

Se%Hng 

T.V. Servicing 

The tollovint coaraas will also be registering on Jaamry 
20 197S, at tte tadieated locations; Bayside High Schotd; 
BASC WOOOraOP (Monday or Wednesday - 7 p.m. to 10 
p m. ), Kenpsvllle High School; CRAFTS (Monday or Thnrs- 
day - 7 pbT to 10 p.m.) and BASIC WOODSHOP (Monday 
or Wednesday - 7 p.m.); First Colonial High School; BASC 
WOOD6W3P (Monday or Wednesday - 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.). 

PHE-BEGISTERATIOB for AUTO MECHANICS will beheUat 
Bayside ligh School on Jaaaary 20 and 22, 1975. Class^ meet 
on Mnday «■ Wedaesdaf ev^^ from 7 p.m. to W p.n. 
Also pre-regiriei^on for UPW}LSTERT and FURMITUHE 
BEPAB AMD SEPWmnNG will be held at the Center for 
Effective Lnraint «> January if, 1975, from 9 a.m. to 4 
p.m. Day classes wiU aect MoHiay through Friday 9 a.n. 
to 1 p.m. Eveoi^ calsses meat Montby and Wedrcsday 
evenings 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. 

The ADtlLT. LEARHING CENTER at 233 N.Witchduck Road 
^tnrides a comtH^hensive adult school program, cowriag 
grades 1-S, and also includes instructionl programs to 
IM^are appUeanU for the G.E.D. (Ugh Mhool oimMkm) 
test, la wkiition, there are facilities and instract<ffs to 
help foreign-bom indivUuls with the Englirt laagu«e and 
to m-epnre then to beo»e dtizMs. The Center opentn 
five iteys per week, Mooby ttreugh Friday, 8:M a.n. to 
3:30 p.m. and M(»day throii^ Tharsiby, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. 
There is no charge ocept to G.E.D. apfriicants. 

TOTTKJM: Virginia B»cto ResMerts - |5 per seaMter; 
Hon-resi^i<s - pO per sMn^tM- (M(»t Vocatioaal onrses 
also have a fee tor materkls); ttere is no tnitian ln> sodor 
citi£»s over 60 years cS H^e atteadiag evenag axeses. 

FOR AOOmONAL N^ORMATION ABCXJT THE VIRGNA BEACH 
PUBUC SOOOL ADUT H3UCATICW PROGRAM CAU 427-4151 
BETWEEN 8::K) ojh. and 4:30 pjn. A40NDAY THKXJGH flaDAY 



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nci 

Roit the fantmtic new OtJ. 
OUT* HydrcMist macMjqte 
U>t aO yow carpet ~ 

rl— ning. Mectively i 
bowiK and remove* 
dirt, previoui ri>ain- 
poo renduc and up 
to90%aliltemoM- 
ture in jurt onie step! 




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Oft OVB»MGIiT BASIS 




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pftal on tadepenteaee 4Mn- 
tevard and WiMnhMi itoad 
in Tiifida Beach. F(fltow- 
iag tte d«&catioa, the fac- 
ility will be open to tte 
pOUic wtil 6 p.m. for self- 
gaUedtoors. 

BaysUe, owned and op- 
erated by Baraana Inc. 
iriiich owns nursfeig homes 
and bo^tals throoghont 
the ciwntry, will add 250 
hiatal beds to tte Tkte- 
water am. It is the first 
profit-making h(»(dtal to 
open in Tidewater. 

Kenneth R. Lacy is ex- 
ecutive director of the se- 
ven-story, f9 million be- 
ility, which evartially wiU 
OB^y 550 n'"*<!nBs when it 



IS opertfag at Ml cap- 
adtjr. 

WtiaUy tke ho^tal wtll 
OfOk its firrt Oom to pa- 
tienU. Its tiftt pfesently 
taclades UO aevl^ns- 



Dmras was host on tte 
Today dto* In- alne fears. 
When he 1^ the latigmm 
In ira, he had ttaped tte 
developaieni of tte atora- 
fag news aadcnlerttiuneiri 
prvfram. 

A former newscaster, 
narrator and host, Itowns 
is presently workiag on 
aawral ^vjects. including 
wrtttag, teMhiog and rara- 
manications. 




COMMODORE 

D OUBLE WI DE 

2 BATH 3 BEDROOM 

SHINGLE ROOF 
HOUSE TYFE SIDING 

FOR ONLY $16,995. 



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RQIM)-UP 




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^r Ann HntcUnsott 

If yoe ^ pnddUag b^ween 
saiiKes at jner stwn 
wimtows, Ae^ tte "weep 
hotos" at bottm <A sash, 
they may be ctoa^d- 

CMd house witt free-stand- 
iag, dd-fhsUned bathtub? 
PAINT the cwtside of the 
ttfb to tie in with wal^per, 
or other decor. 

Family in AUatown. Pa., 
Uvea ttaqi«^lly-des4a- 
ed eneify - eoaaemtion 
honse. I^nn water loop 
in basemeii osesheitfron 
sun screen, (HiMnuter, 
wa^dng machine, dryer 
and r^rtgerator to warn 
the house. 

FaniUes thri move (tften 
mai depend m a R^ Es- 
Me A^fit who wlU sell 
tte (rid honse at a p»d 
frh», to ease the moirlag 
tasale. List witt us and 
let our professionals (to a 
good job &»- yoar. 

GUI 

VaBeoiA 
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Norfoli, Vo. ( Across From f ami Fresh Mb.) 

3551 M. Military Hwy. 

Phone 853-7457 



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Payne out of hosfntal 



YiiaMt Beach Majw J. Curtis ftyne wis rc- 
laMcTfttMn G«ienl Bt^tnl (rf Virginia Beadi 
ftMday graraiog after h^ttal t«rts determined that 
fea was not saffiering Iron a recvrmce (rf an nicer 
■Mciiha had yaan a^. 

Taeaday dteraooa ftiyne i^orted Uat he was 
IMlag "tair" alter Us fo«r-day stay in the hra- 

r. AWm^ tte test In- the deer was aegattve, 
■ayor nid testa indtoated he does have otter 
Ian na^ns sumach alines. _ _ 

The MiiNH- was hack at Us lunraw» atOe* Tnes- 
«iy afternoon, and tater te caught np on mbm t^ 
bMtaess at the Mayor's Office in the MnU^ml 
Caller. 



Bhze injures firemen 



TiK> VlifiUa BeaiA finHnen vera ttjavd In a 
$15,000 Uase Ute Sander aftenuoa vUch destroyed 
tte canted (tf an artiqne and luti tHcUtHre tbat 
on First Ctihmiai Road. 

PImacn battled rain, wtoA trapped smofcetothe 
(Nd WmM Vill^e, tac., 222 Firtf Cotoaial Ibiad, 
in a On fed i9 ^toStag cans tf paWmiover 
and aiMqae pdiAes. IMtaa asplntt also dr^wad 
off the nnl onto tte nw IVrtttg tte blase baton 

Flrenai Itob^ Aaderaon was treated at Genenl 
Hospital af VirgiUa Beach alter asptatt injured Us 
eye, and Fireman WilUuB Matttagly sufiered bvra 
bams. 

Store owner Mrs. A.J. WOteaon repmtod that tte 
liie was igUted when an M tamp owrtamed. Ste 
^en^ited to smother it, tart was mable to stop tte 
lira. The Virgioia BmiA Rescne Squad treated her 
forhnnia. 



Tourist reven^ ip 



iWiiAs qwat 14 miOitai wgm tt Vlr^nta Beach 
in 1974 than ttey <ttl to 1973, and tte dtjr's Twrist 
Devriopment Uvisian especta another increase tUs 
year. 

Tonrinn Oevdopment Owrdinator James {Ucketta 
renorted that 1.5 mDlton tourists parted with $67 
milltoa to^tfee Be«alnst year. Of ttat ^million 
awantuaUy wound q> to tte city's tmmr;, I^OpoO 
more than the year before. pp 

Rickette credited the incmse to the falWring 
national ecoxaiy, wUch has encouraged au»e)r-«»- 
sdons vMstionen to vtait Virginta B^tA instead 
of tnveltag to beaches tartter sontt. 



firicMlhK'RS?! 



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Virginia Bnch Sqit. of Schools Dr. E.E.Brickell 
tUs week announced that be is not interested to tte 
$S4,000-a-yaar part as Ving^lUa's si«»erii^adat of 
palMc inrtraetiaa. 

Bricfcell's nme had been mentioaed as one of 
tte mmtmnUag candidat« for tte post, birt tte siver- 
tatMdeirt has aded Carter O. Lowanee, assistairt to 
Gov. MiUs E. Godwin, Jr. to nmawe his name 
Crom tte candidates' Urt. 

Bricfc^, itese salary Is now $41,400, saM te 
^^rfers to continue Us lob as administrator of Vir- 
ginia Bach Public S^ods. 




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Bicentennial 

(CoMiMd froa ptxe A-l) 

Tte horiun pro^ would bt a something to 
•enrt tte ^nauittjr in thi tetai* a| veU as tenor- 
iai Uw paM. It couU be almost anytUog, Alphio 
s«U, saefe at dcdicatli^ a part. 
^ 'TkU tWag has so muck pot^ial,* be mUei. 
"ttere am to taaar tttafs we coold do, it's aidless. " 

More immediate are tbecommissloD'splanstoi^en 
W • gift dwp at lU hNdquarters. TIbe idea is to 
^MMte taiterest ia Oe Mcenteomal as well as to 
iwerate fnods for aaniversary projects. I 

Tlie City CouncU allocated $85,000 tor the com- 
■Issioa, Mri. Roblda said, but it U really seed money 
U) be nsed to kick ofl other projects. 

Tken arc do federal or state Arnds available, 
■he adted. "so we've c<M to f^ basy and get some 
tad-raWag programs. Withoot funds, jrou can't 
do very OMCh." 

Tke gift Bbop will be adjacent to a waiting room 
IM- vWimrs plaMiag bos trim to Jamestown and 
Toftlww„^Tle tripe will start this summer, al- 
tfeeagb Mm gifti'siwii is eipeeted to open in March 

Tkt shop »ai contain qnaUty goods and handmade 
uHeles based in on colonial crafts. 

TiM ctHBmissiOB also plans to sponsor a print 
cctUA open to professiooal ot amateur artists 
«feo want to try ttwir luck oo the Beach's histor- 
icii hemes «lth pen and ink. 

The top 10 prints will be selected for r^ro- 
dactton, and Oi^ will be sold in the gift sht^, Mrs. 
RflMda said. Individual arttsts will receive royal - 
tiM In- their mrfc. 

The oommlssion also is recruiting volunteers 
tor ofllce «(Ht and also to man the gift shop. In- 
terested persons wbo wonU like to contribute as 
little as half a day a week can contact Mrs. Robida 

at tn-vm 

"I hope the Btcentennlal will nutte ttie beginning of 
the eeontrf more vtvid to yomg peofrie," AlpUn said. 
"There's a kind of a void I have found working on this 
tUag," he added. Young people "could care less what 
to WW M d SOO years ago. Ilwy look at what's happeni^ 
tOBorrow." 

RopefuUy, the celebration wUl "fbcus more light 
on wtat tte founding fathers went through" when they 
drew up the Bill of Rights and the C(»stitution. 

8nnirisingly, the Watergate scandal is having a good 
effect on the Bioentenrial, Mrs. Roblda noted. "Ihave 
heard many peoiae say that the Bicentennial couldn't 
have OMne at a better time. It is re-emphasizing 
v»lnH the eoanti? was founded on. Maybe we do need 
to get hack to hastes." ^ 

A^iUn, a history buff, also noted ttiat the nation's 
present economic crisis is similar to the situation 
in 1I7C when the country celebrated it's lOOtb aani- 
venary. At that time the country was battling a 
depresskn which followed the Civil War. 

And A^iUn said that the United Stat^ is basicaUy 

"EvvrytUag Msn^ ^^ff^£,' 
Vi» ImA Btate. Ifow York r^ttsed to joto the Onion, 
nd Csogresf aqntibted for 17 yean over the se- 
toettan <rf tbe nationll bird, the bnld e^e. 

Ben FranUtn wanted tkt wlM tnrfcey, AlpUn re- 
■ttilEed. 

"Bvt that's probaMy what makes our coontry 
great." he added. "It's freedom of expression. 
Ewr yt iudy can ^eak ap, and Oey don't have to 
agree wttt Oie iMdera." 



Rose Hall 



. (CoaUnned bom pai^ A-l) 
mttnrfiag Bane itoU, tae., said the SS- 
aere Mte and houae had heea w^raised at 
91,090.000 in 1972. &ying that the sn<o- 
pertira valae lader Ustorlc toiring voidd 
he >a o, 000. B rown adwd that the ao^ng 
effsrt heibvppad. 

itatwa told The Snn that BnA ot Vir- 
iHria hohto a |»0,tlOO iMMta^ on the^ 
nopMly and a second IMO.OOO mortage 
is held Inr tadnstrial Seearity Cnp. Ac- 
cording to Brovn, the motlgages with 
InterMt and oiker charges total appmi- 
auttiy |no,000. 

In otter tavslness Moa^y, CoimcU: 

• a^roved a dnnge of soniag lor a 
S-acn parcti of land oB Pleasure Hoose 
Boad to allow lor the coastrneUon of 
124 apartneat units; and 

• approved a res(tfBtkm asking the State 
Water Control Board to raise the prtority 
level lor the nastractloo of the Atlantic 
Treatacirt Plant. 

Prto- to its lyen session, CoeiKil met 
In- oae hoar ia exeotfive sesston, closed 
to the pnUle and the press, to discuss 
«hat the agoda listed as "ftoaaeial, per- 
•onnti and legal" mattera. 



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to come home from school. 
Christopher is the son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn With- 
row who live in Green Run. 



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Beach, r^lacing WlUiam 
W. Berry who is leaving 
the city to go Into pri- 
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of the month. 

Gerrit W. Benson, a 
graduate ot St. John's Un- 
iversity Scbool of Law, was 
an assistant city attorney 
in Portsm(Mith aJRer leav- 
ing his private practice 
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Benson and his wife, 
Mary, live with their 
seven m(»th old daughter, 
Katherine Kelly, at 209 
SSth St. His annual sal- 
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A - 4 - The Sun. Jan. 15, 1975 



Action needed to halt cynicism, pdbfic distrust i 



Management problems plague Vepco 



diforial 



With the voltage increasing behindthe con- 
sumer's attack on Vepco, th^power (^imptmy 
has responded with a survey to find out how 
to improve the utitity's public image. Vepco, 
already with nine full-time public relStl^ 
employees, has hired a New York firm to do 
a $20,000 study of its dealing with the public. 
The study will be completed later this month 
and the cost will be tuckM into your light 
bill. 

Critics of Vepco's staggering rates and 
alleged mismanagement suggest Vepco might 
make a survey, to find out what Vepco does 
with their customers' nrroney besides paying 
for surveys. We are dealing, however, with 
something more than another petty utility 
controversy. We are deal ihg with the eco- 
nomic future of Virginia. Jhe state's eco- 
nomy and the giant utility are wrapped up, 
together. And never l>efore has Vepco been 
in such a stormy, shaky position. The com- 
pany's image has been destroyed. 

PUBLIC OUTRAGE 

Inflation, fuel costs and interest rates 
have all done their damage, but squarely 
behind the public outrage is ttie attitude and 
action of Vepco's management team, 
chairman John M. McGum and president T. 
Justin Moore Jr. Arrogant and insolent in 
twtter tfmes, ttiey have turned to complain- 
ing and whining in adversity. 

Every Virginian wants Vepco to succeed 
and every Virginian knows, like it or not. 



that higher electricl^ rates were necessary. 
We want Mfpeo to bd an ^iciant producer 
of electricity. We don't want ttie president's 
office to be a symbol of arrogance and run- 
away spending. We want it to be a place 
where asensiblemaiworfcsandifeestMJsiness 
with tt)e least possible cost and the great- 
est possible effectivaness. 

BLACKOUT THREATS 

\Miat we want and wtiat we have are not 
the same. We have the image of McGum 
and Moore terrifying their trembling ciKto- 
mers with threats of Wackouts and brown- 
outs, thrashing their wretched dependents 
with hig^r and higher rates. Meanwhile, 
they keep throwing more and more money 
at their problems, heping Ihey will soniehow 
goavray. 

Vepco's public relations ^ori. now being 
studied by the New Yorkers, has been un- 
believably ineffective. There have been few 
campaigns in which such numerous blunders 
piled on top of each ottier. At ttte tx>ttom 
of the pile, of cisurse, are McGum and 
Moore. 

ENERGY STAMPS 

Speaking to the Newport News Rotary 
Club, Moore praised his company's record 
m holding ttie cost of a kilowatt hour: "I 
find this record almost incredible, unmatch- 
«d by any ottier industry I know." His 
plan for paying for Vepco's unmatched record 
is also incredible: "It may well lie thai 
tie time has come for ttie government to 
consider the issuwKe of energy stamps, 
similar to food stan^, to offset the rava- 
ges of constantly jncrM%!ng prices." 



Turning to Vepco's growing army <rf cri- 
tics, Moore blamed Oie wrath of ttie con-,, 
sumer on politicims and ttie news media: 
"Now what tfKXjt ttie namfe-calling of some 
of our politically motivated critics, and the 
mdeserved promience given to ttieir irres- 
ponsible utterances?" He renrnmced toth 
critic and media: "They are concerned 
only with tc^y's headlines and tomorrow's 
elections." Come (rff it. Mr. Moore. Evan 
rooky r^iorters and first term city council- 
m«i know you can't protect Vepco's prasi- 
dent againt ttie wrath of consumers unless 
you protect consumers against the blunders 
of Vepco's president. 

CONTROL EXPEI«ES 

The sad belief ttiat only hi^r and hi^iar 
rates can save Vepco has done much to 
plunge it into the present abyss, and only 
the opposite principle can pull it out a^in. 
A sincere, believable effort to reduce (»sis 
is the essential part of any attempt to bridge 
ttie gap between Vepco and ttie people <rf Vir- 
ginia. 

Time seems to t>e running out. It is in 
the present that we prepare for ttie futw^. 
Here we twrrow freely from an editorial 
appearing on this page several monttis ago. 
Vitiat is required is more public control of 
Vepco's e;^>enses. The classic Vepco baliaf 
ttiat all will be solved by raising rates nmjst 
be thoroughly blasted. Continual reliance on 
more and bigger rate increases to bail their 
way out of trouble is foolish. They should 
manage their way out, with cost reductions. 
Vepca's expenses should t>e examined lina 
liy line. Vepco cannot continue to collect 



money made possible by public policy and 
^jM claim the mitonomy of a puEely-j riM te 
operation. 

NEW MANAGEMENT 

A new climate is needed, a new manage- 
ment team for Vepco. It's time for McGtm 
and Moore to step down. The meaning and 
purpose of ttieir resignation is not to tear 
down ttie whie building but to rwnove what 
is ineffective and to build anew on a sounder 
fouhctotion. The failure of Vep<»manag«nant 
is a result of a Mrias of circumstanMS, 
to be sure, but ttiere are always circumstanc- 
es. No one qMOstions the dasira of McGum 
and Moore to do a good job. The central 
(|jestion in judging public utility laadarship 
is not whether ttiay mean wall, birt do thay 
manage well. Thay do not. 

CONFIDENCE LOST 

Is there any reason to believe that thair 
continued leadership will produce anything 
new? L«t's not waste time to cover-up 
poor management and an incredulously pocH* 
public image. Whan ttie men in charge of 
Vepco lose the confidence of ttie paopla they 
serve, they Itwe everything. We have a toss 
in Mci^jm and Moore. 

The $20,000 public image project by ttw 
Nnw Yoric firm will disclose widespread 
public cynicism and lade of confidence. 
Vepco must create an auttientic atmosphere 
of reform. All ttie study in the world will 
be worthless if it do^ ntA result in action. 
The stody will revabl distrust of Vapco 
management. The action should b» to re- 
place it.-H.B. 




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The little plot of land bortlering Vir- 
ginia Beach's General District Court 
building may not look like much now. 



but the Council of Garden Cti4)s plans 
to transfornd the area into a miniature 
colonial garden, complete with a sundial. 



CGC plans colonial garden 



The small plot of land in front of Virginia Beacb's 
new General District Court building doesn't look 
like mucb now - bare pUes of excavated earth 
marking the corner of a parking lot. 

But in a few months, tbe area will be a smalf 
colonial garden with a bench for Miuicipal Ceoter 
visitors wi)o want to take a break between meet- 
ings. 

The gard«i is the Couacil of Garden Club's major 
project this year under its Home and Neigbborhoad 
Development Sponsors (HAMIS) program. 

What is l»re land now eventually will bold a small 
sitting garden surrounded by a white picket feace. 

Janet Wemdli, HANDS chairman for, the garden 
cliA, credits the idea to Ed Barnes, a landscape 
artist in tbe city's general services division. Me 
researched the idea project, which fits in nictiy 
with the Beacb's local bicentennia] efforts, cvm to 
the details of the plant material colonists used in 
their o«^ gardens. 



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Vc^Mtey Boraing. 

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The garden will be formal, using plants pc^ar 
in the Itth century. It will feature flowering plants, 
dirabbery, a fround cover and bench with a brick 
maikny. 

'ne focus of the mini-garden will be a sundial 
donated by the Bay Colony Garden Club, Mrs. Wer- 
nli said 

Tbe garden is "not going to be very trig." she 
added, but it will tie an attractive nook in tbe Mun- 
icipal C^er comples. Citizeps leavl^ tbe city's 
AdaiiBistratioB Buildii^ will be able to see the park 
sinply tqr looking diagonally to tbe left across tbe 
^reet. 

Mrs. Wemdli and Reba McClan^, president of tbe 
CoHBcU (tf Gai^en Clubs, rqnrted that they were^ 
sarprised by the response to tbe project, which 
wiU cost $1,300, donated by merchants and re- 
sideots of the Court House area. 

Busiorases, including FAM Bank, Virginia Na- 
tional Bank, Ketlam - Eatm Insurance and Real 
Estate, Sherman's City Hall Texaco, iFrank Kellam 
of Princess Anne BuUdii^ Servicesjnttoraey Floyd 
Kenan, First Colonial TO/efkoH^t-aA Mayor 1. 
Cwtis Payne cUnied'in a total of i 

The gardM council c«itribated a«rfher $300. Mrs. 
McClanan nid the city would make 9 tbe differ- 
ence by c(ntributii« staff time and materials tor 
the work, which will be completed by the General 
Serviced Dejartment. 

Mrs. McClanan retorted ttat the loeal response 
s«s ovenrtelBtog. "Almost everybody we approa- 
(ted," ^e Bated, *« iato th^ poekeU wift a 
c^ribotioB. 

"I was (telifbted when I appnmched everybody,' 
Mrs. Vn-adU r^»rted. Merd»ato r^peadede^erly 
01^ they saw tte {dans tor tte ganta. "thej waat- 
^ to be part (4 tt." 

If the WH^ holds, Oe CowA itf Gantoa Cl^ 
pttm a Itoefe or ApH tedtoUea, tfer Oe Re- 
ject iaeoapleted. 



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Letters from 
our readers 

'CoW blooded' 

W^ior, TtoSaa: , 

The foltowing is a copy of a letter I have sert 
to Virginia Beach Mayor 3. Curtis Payne. 
Dear Mayor: 

I was shocked to read in Hie Son (Jan. 8) tliat 
there would be drastic cuts in the municipal h^Uh 
services. Two branches ^re tteiag ctosed, all home 
visits eliminated, and tour Mrses and an assistant 
dismissed. 

This is attributed to a cutoack in state funds. 

J There has been a good deal of publicity lately 

fibout Virginia Beach sui^orting the Neptune F«s- 

tival. Which is more important, tbe festival or the 

drastically reduced health services? 

Cold-blooded actions of this kind lead to social 
upheavals. 

Aaaa BellGreMe 
SOS ISife St. 
Virginia Beach 



Legislative infH/t 

Editor, The&ni: 

The citizens of Virginia Beach, as always, have 
been very helpful in making tbeir wishes and desires 
known to me as a member of the Virgiiua General 
Assembly. I would hope tliat this will tw continiffid 
through your letters, phone calls, appearances at 
IMiblic hearings and personal conferences. 

You are encouraged to write to me during the 
present General Assembly session as follows: Glran 
B. McClanan, House of Delegates, State Capital, 
Richmond, Va. Z3219. On Saturdays and Son^s 
I will be in Virsioia Beach and will welcome the 
opportinlty to discuss any issue with you. 



(H«a B. HeClaau. MeiriMr, 
Ttr^ato HoMe of 0alaptes 
froBi Tlrgtota BmA 



Bad bet 

EditM-, The Soa: 

It appears as though legislatton will lie U^- 
duced at the next sessim (rf toe Virgiaia Goi- 
eral Assealriy vUeh ^mM pat oar state geimm- 
mmi ia the pMttka ol <venttog aad i^tmotiai a 
rtrte"tott«Tt." 



There are a coqile o( nasoos «fey ttm gov- 
emrneat of tbe State of Virgiaia sbodd aot get 
tavolved in gaailriiaK. First, ttiis type of operatioo 
is aow illegal to the state (it is kaowa as the 'anm- 
bers* game, and there are peivle in prison for 
being involved io "auabers". th^ argameiA tliat le- 
galixiaK- lotteries would drive ort tbe "aoBibers'' 
operation has not been sutetantiated by ai^oae yet. 
Hat same argument was ased to the Sate of New 
York to legalise OR Tnek Battt« (018) pariors. 
Tke bopt «as toit iUegal fuMiag aad -booUes" 
voald be drivea oat of basiaess. NtA oaly wmrt they 
aot driKO oat of basiaeM. biA to 1972 Ulefsl 
ganUiaf had toenaaad apgnaim^M.f U%(t9foii- 
ed bf the New York Ctty crtme raatrol tourean). 

If the lottery legislatioa is passed this would 
mean that oar state goveraaiMt voald no longer 
be to a aentral posittoa coaMraiag toe nwral tsmto 
of ambling. It, in fact, would be doing Jvst the 
(Vposite by being the prom(rfer of lotteries aad ea-< ' 
cooraging its citisou to participato to gamlding. 
(The sUte would receive &D per ceirt (rf the money 
bet with the other SO per c^ gtriag to tbe winaers 
of the lottery). B to one toiag for iodivtottatoto 
bet on a jnlv^e basto, h^ a totally differeat sit- 
n^ioB altogether when the stole gomnoMst. loaes 
ito ne^nltty ^ becoming the proaKiter o( gambUng. 

Another reaaoe tor dt^etiti^ to toe "tottery" 
beii« considered by the Gaienl Assesldy U that- 
if it passes it will opea ap toe door to the passace 
of the parimntual gambling bill, wbidi oar attorney 
general has come oat against beeuse of tbe dan- 
gers of oiganised crime. It has been rqiorted that 
of tbe 13 sUtes wUch now have a sMt lottery, 
all 13 also ban pari-mutnal ganging. 

to clMtng, tt aeens to ae that the ^teof Vlr- 
glato has DO hasiaess bdng to the basiaesi of 
IKvawttog patoltog ao n^er vtet the reunto. 
I's am a tax ao Matter trtich way yoa took at tt 
KBi it taxes thoM rto caa least aftord it. It also 
comniadates the "som^liii^ for notMg" pUoa* ^ 
offey, lAldi has bea part.irf the dovaiail crfavery 
civUlzation 

I h(^ that tbe eUisens of the State (rfVlr- ' 
giato, «ho agrees with me, will let thrir elwted 
rqrnntttives know bow they feel about tUs pma- 
iag legistotkn. 



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wins prizes 



Kelly LjTM Olses, who irrived in Virginia Beacii 
is mtmtes after the New Year t>egafl, is the official 
winner itf the The Sun's First Baby of 1975 cwtest. 

Tlw balqr, the 6 pound 3 ounce daughter of Diane 
iod Pul Olsm, 911 S. CM House Rmi, Virginia 
Beach, surpnstd her larents by arrivii^ two weeks 
Mriy. 

* Stw «|ueeked {»st the first arrival in the Ports- 

nouth Naval Hospital by three minutes, and brought 

tte laurels to General Hospital of Virginia Beach 

.^'"iw the tirst^mf, according W Ua Hn iniH al's mater- "° 

Rity siqservisor. 

The OISMS, who didn't eipect their New Year's 
Eve to be imerrupted, bad planned a quiet ceiebratloii 
St bone spiced v^ with a little champagM. 

Itey were on their way home from Norfolk Re- 
^noal Airport that night after dn^ng off a friend 
when Mrs. Olseo felt the first labor pains. 

Instead of ringing in the New Year with bubbly, 
she qient the early minutes of 1975 in the hospital 
delivery room. 

StK remembers the hospital staff "oA therecheer- 
tal us on." Before midnight, she added, "they 
vMkta't let me push!" 

"I wasn't even thinkii^ about bavii% the first baliy 
of the New Year," Mrs. Olsen admitted with a grin 
fron her hospital bed. "1 was thinking about the de- 
dsdion." 
' (Xseo, who works as manager of J.M. Fields in 
VtrglRis Beach, a dlscoinrt store, doesn't mind losing 
art 00 the 1914 tax deductloa. 

The txn^ experienced problems with the birth of 
dieir first baby, Raymond, now 11 months old, "but 
tUs one came out healthy, red and screaming," 
Olsen reported. He was simply glad that his new 
(Itii^iter was healthy. 

"fke Itaby and mother returned home early this 
weA. Urs. Olsen was detained at tte hospital because 
she was having trouble with her legs. 

When The Suo photographer dropped in to visit 
her at the hos|Mtal, it was a sunny, warm 4^ Mrs. 
<MseB*ftaace*lwt*'tte 'WlBdow^and pleaded! "Don't 
tell me about it." 

Visitors had to wear masks when little Kelly 
Lynn was In the room. Althoi^h the baby was old 
eBOUgh to he exposed to germs, other babies in 
the nursery weren't, the nurse explained. 

Ruth Olsen, the baby's grandmother, flew in from 
Thscob, Ariz., to help the family out with the new 
UTtval. 

"It will be easy to remember the birthday," she 
remarked, adding with a nod to her sen and dai«hter- 
is-law, "They believe in holidays." 

Raymond missed a July 4 birthday a few b<wrs. 

And with a smile to the baby, grandmother said, 
"We're going to take her home and spoil her." 

Altmg with the new arrival, the Olsen's will re- 
ceive a raft of prizes in The Sun's first baby contest. 
Prizes incliKie a two-year complementary subscrip- 
Uoo to The Virginia Beach Sun, a $50 gilt certi- 
flcate from Wickes FumitMe Showrooms, flowers 
»1i _J |^ JlllliWW i m i Mr^lJ If 1041 Laskin Road, 



And when they want to get awa)( for an evening 
alone, the Olsens will be guests of Kurd's Seafood 
Eestaurant, 954 Hunl's Road, for a flounder dinner 
for two. 



FA YE FRANCIS 

ANNOUNCES 

OPENING 

or 

FAYE'S HOim OF BEAUTY 

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Council names 14 



PAMPIS panel set 



Kftlly Lyrm Olsen, Virginia Beach'sfirsi 
arrival in ttie New Year, works isp a 
smile for her parents, Paul and Diana 
Otsen of 971 Club House Road. Ac- 
cordm§ to hospital officials, Kelly's 
birth 13 mimites past midnight marks 
the first time General Hospital of Vir- 
ginia Beach has hosted Tidewater's first 
New Year's atrivat. 



vtrguia Beach City 
Council appointed 14 
persons Monday to an ad 
hoc committee which will 
make recommendations to 
the city on proposals in- 
cluded in the Pacific and 

Bus tickets 
of libraries 

Bus riders may now 
purchase Tidewater Metro 
Transit (are tickets for 
use on Virginia Beach 
routes at any of Virginia 
Beach Public Library's 
four branches. 

Books of 10 tickets, in- 
cluding 35 or 65-cent tick- 
ets, will be available at 
Bayside, 936 lulependence 
Blvd., Kempsville, 832 
Kempsville Road; Virginia 
Beach. 302 22nd St., and 
Windsor Woods, 3612 
Plaza Trail. 

Tickets may be used in 
combination with change 
lor fares higher than the 
value of a ticket. 



Atlantic Movement, Park- 
ing and iougeStudyfPAM- 
PB). 

Tihe PAMPIS report, 
which included a propos- 
al to make Atlantic and 
Pacific Avenues one-way. 
Investigated street pat- 
terns, the boardwatt, 
parking, underground l'U- 
ities, trash collectibii, 
street signs and street 
lighting. 

Before acting on PAM- 
PIS proposals^ Council 
will near recommenda- 
ti<ms from the committee. 

Named to the panel were 
Mary Ellen Cox, Mayor's 
Commission on Agii^; Al- 
bin R. Mailhes, Virginia 
Beach Chamber of Com- 
merce; Edgar E. DeLong, 
Council of Civic Organi- 
zations; G. W. Detterman 



Jr., Virginia Beach Devel- 
cqnnent Council; MikeSav- 
Vides, Virginia Beach Re- 
staurant Association; Lee 
Forbes, Independent Bus- 
inessmen of Beach Bor- 
ough; Nick Wright, Indep- 
endent Innkeepers; Mich- 
ael Fitipatrick, Innkeep- 
ers; Association; and Roy 
Al|Ain, Virginia Beach 
Safety Council. 

Appointed as non-vot- 
ii« members were Mike 
Wortley, city planning 
staff; Roger NewlU, Ol- 
iver, Smith and Cooke 
architectural firm; Ree- 
ves E. J(dmson, Depart- 
ment of Community Ser- 
vices; Charles S. Kiley, 
Departmmt of General 
Services; and A. J. De 
Bellis, Department of Ec- 
onomic Development. 



Health 



(contiiwed from pg^e A-1) 
fiBaacisl worries are over. 
'■««'re still faced with a 
3 per ^»t cut for fiscal 
yetr 1W4-75." he re- 
ported. "But If we have 
to, we can adjust." 

Whatever happens, 
Crawford said, "we'll keep 
those two clinics open. At 
the present time, with the 



innationary spiral the way 
it is, more and more peo- 
ple are turning to our am- 
bulatory facilities for 
help." 

Crawford said be will 
be working on the. budget 
to accommodate the 3 per 
cent cut. "Obviously we 
doo't have any fat in the 
budget to begin with." 




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Witti teams sliding 
into the cellar of the 
Eastern District, 
Princess Anne, cur^ 
rent top city team, is 
good enough for just 
fifth pla(^. 



Princess Auie flexed some of its weekday muscle 
io turaioc away Willie Braye's debelitated Kellam 
rouadlwU five Jao. 7 by 69-51. Cavalier center Rick 
Banta and 6-4 gvard Doug Long combiiied lor 43 
points to keep their scoring averages among tlie 
hi^iest in tbe area. KeUam was lead by tot-shootii^ 
6-1 forward Gary Woodhouse, wbo dropped below his 
recent scoring averages of 22 and 23 points by hitting 
for n. KnigM Brian Macon ^followed up with an 
additional 14. Tbe Cavaliers suiprised the Kellara 
zone defense with tough outside shooting, but by the 
time Braye's team came back with a man-to-man, 
the issue had been decided. Leo Anthony's Princess 
Anne squad hasbeen showing a scoring offense recently 
OB the strengths of Long's and Banta's shooting. 
Cavslier Ray Ellis contribu^ another 10 points 
tottwPAwin. 

RmmdbnU action in the second half d the we^ at 
ttw Beach boded ill for every city squad but Leo 
Anthony's Ing Princess Anne team. The Cavaliers 
took their second prae in a row against a Bncb 
rival by shocking Kempsville Friday 45-44. Senior 
Rick Banta, a 6-7 c«iter, scored three of his 11 
points in the final minute, and that -- aloi^with 
aggressive defense and junior guard Doug Long's 
14 prants — broke open the win. The Cavs are now 
the oaly Bench squwl in the Eastern District with 
a winning district record at 3-2, good enough for 
fifth place, in fnmt ct First Colonial.^ 

First Colonial, wbo has been gradually relin- 
quisliing its hold ni tbe city baskettoll reins since 
Christmas, sUpped farther into the district's second 
-divisicli last weekend with losses to powerhouse 
Granby and Norfolk Collegiate. The Comets domi- 
nated the show Friday night despite junior guard 
^wedy Gainer's 17 points, and a surprise Scoring 
peiiomance of another 17 by Patriot Al Owens. 
Comet G«orge Iterby hit for 25 points, helping 
Grahby take its 15th straight win, while Patriots 
dropped their third in a row. First Colonial made it 
four losses in a row at Norfolk Collegiate on Saturday, 
losing to the TUewater Conference l^td^n^ by a 
T9-79 score. Gainer grabbed 31 points fRIn the 
ikibas, while Ron Zollicoffer and Al Owens com- 
bined ibr 20. The Patrick show^ their post-holiday 
frustration by being called for 29 fouls to the winners 
12. 

Coz and Kellam traded places with Bayside in the 
district standings when the Marlins took tbe Titans 
for a loss Jan. 7. Neither Cox or Kellam have a dis- 
trict win under their belts yet, hut tbe|Falcons 
Satorday gave Maury a scare when the Comimxlores 
loand its hosts threatening to upset them in the 
Itanl Bimite^ The Commodores hung on for a narrow 
70-6S win. High men for ttie Falcons were Tyree 
Brown with 19 points and J(Anny Riclards with 16. 
Boinie Pierce contributed another 11 to the losing 
cause. 




brOAfrif rutor 



Gimme that ball! 



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It was tough («Kler the 
iMMrtte Friday during act- 
ion betwem the Kerr^s- 
ville arrf Princess Aiwie 
girl's baskettati s<|uads. 






The Ken^sville giris, lead 
by Cindy Crofford, squa- 
shed tfie visiting Cavaliers 
by a 75-22 score. 



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^A J^^ Beach 



Sixth Week 



Coorad Parker's Bayside bmnben traveled to 
Lake Taylor Jan. 7 and eked out a tovgb one-point 
win over the Titans on a last-second foul shot by 
MarUn center Norman BIllups, who hit for 11 points 
on the night. Keith Brown provided most of the 
scoring punch for Bayside, though, and ttie Marlins 
bthed a three-game losing streak with the victry. 
Brown pumped in 34 points, 13 of them in the third 
quarter to help his squad overtake the Titan squad, 
leading by three at the tliird tiuzzer. Forward Eric 
Tyson also hit for 14 points behind Brown. 

Bill Cochrane's game Kempsville nwndball squad 
Uxk Maury --a Norfolk rival they've never beaten — 
rigM down to the wire Jan. 7, but Nick Ballance's 
34 points for the Commodores decided the issue. 
The hot-shootiiig Chiefs included four players ' in tlie 
double-figure scoring column, including All-City per- 
tbrraer Oliver Hayfietd wbo scored 22. Kemi»ville 
held a Ihin one-point lead with 59 seconds remaining, 
but a Ballance shot and two free tlirows put the victory 
for the Norfolk invaders awar. Billy Womble, David 
Gilliams and Jim Newton contriliuted 19, 10 and It 
plants respectively in the unsuccessful upset i>id. 
Kellam hosted Lake Tajdor Friday, but the fired- 
up Titans — who liegan the season by losing four in 
a row — rolled over the hapless Knights, 83-57. 
Oard-fbrward Woodhouse scored 19, while Brian 
Maran and Robert Hughes hit for 12 and 11 pc^ts 
respectively.^ the fOul-prone contest. Kellam was 
called for 2S violations. Lake Taylor for 26, and 56 
tree throws were granted the victims. The Knights 
held a slight edge in coavertii^ the penalty shots,, { 
istealing 11 pointe to the Titan's 15. 

i-Sports Record-i 



RmiAs 

BASKETBALL 

Jaa. 7 

Princess Anae 69, Kellam 51 

Princes* Amk JVs 52, KeUam JVs 41 

Princess Anne Girl's 43, Kellam Giri's 41 

BaysUe 72, Lake Taylor 71 

Lake Taylor JVs 64, Bayside JVs 47 

Manry M, KempsvlUe 80 

Maury JVs, Kempsville JVs U 

FrUaf 

Princess Anne 45, Kempsville 44 f 

Kempsville Giri's 75, Princess Anne Girl's 22 

Lake Taylor 83, Kellam 57 

Lake Taylor JVs 71, KeUam JVs 37 

Gramqr 98, First Colonial 66 

Graii>y JVs 76, First Colonial JVs 70 

Booker T. 50, Baysitte 36 

Bo(*er T. JVs 73, Bayside JVs 63 

Satavdty 

Norfolk Collegiate 79, First Colonial 75 

Norfolk CoU^iate JVs 66, First Colonial JVs 41 

Maury 70, Cox 65 

Cox JVs 74, Maury JVs 71 

VEESTLOfG 
Jan. • 

Kellam 36, Lake Taylor 12 
Norview 37, Princess Anne 19 
Kem[»ville 37, Booker T. 12 
teyside 46, Maury 9 
Cox 31, First Colonial 10 

Satontay 

Oa 34, BaysUe 8 

KeiqKville 24, Princess Anne 22 

Worvtew 27, First Colonial 21 

TRACK 

Saturday 

bysite 73, KeUam 45 

Princess Ame 82 1/2, Booker T. 23 



Eastern District Basketball 

District Overall 
W L W L 

Gnaby 5-0 9-1 

Booker T. 5-0 6-0 

Norview j-fi, g-j 

Manry 4-2 1-8 

4-3 

3-4 

S-4 

4-6 

3-7 

2-8 

1-7 



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3-2 


Lake Taylor 


3-3 


wwm&MJomtd. 


2-3 


KEMPSVILLE 


2-4 


BATsms 


1-4 


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1-4 


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0-5 




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Matin' it look easy 



Kempsvi lie's Mason Mo- 
ton drives in for a lay- 
up against Princess An- 
ne's Jim Dinardo. The 
Chiefs lost it by one to 
Leo Antttony's Cavaliers 
Friday, 45-44. Moton 

SclMdulM 
CSBL'S GYMNASTICS 



First Col<»ial at Bayside . 

BAflCSreALL 
Friday 

Cos at Lake Taylor 

KeUam at Maury 

Keavksvllle at BajwMe 

Grad)y at Princ«ss Anne 

Norview at First Colonial 

Bayside Jr. at Kempsville Jr. 

Independence Jr. at Lynahaven Jr. 

Salarday 

Norfolk Cattolic at First Colonial 

T n n ada y 

Kempsville at Cox 

Baj^de at Maury (Norfolk Areu) 

Kellam at Norview 

Princess Anne at First Colonial 

Plan Jr. at Princess Anne Jr. 

h^mdenee Jr. at Bayside Jr. 

Lya^ven Jr. at Virginia Beach Jr. 

iniESTLDR! 

Kel^ at Coz 

Bayside at First Cokwial 

FrMay 

Virginia Bach Jr. at Plaza Jr. 

Kem^vUle Jr. at Bayside Jr. 

Lymdiavett Jr. at tattepeadeiice Jr. 

fatwday 

GnNy at nt« Coimal 
1^07 tf Prfaeess Ame 
Boota- T. VaaUagtM at Cot 
Honfin at Kellam 
KenpcvtUe at Lake Taylor 

TacNay 

Vte^ Beach Jr. tf i|i^Bven Jr. 
te|bde Jr. at h^a ateact Jr. 
Pria^ss Ahm Jr. at Pla» Jr. 



scored six for Kempsville 
and Oinardo hit for eight 
points. Bill Cochrane's 
Kempsville squad lead 
most of the way until the 
Cays took the lead '\q the 
final seconds. 



Outstanding 

athktes 

recognized 

Virginia Beach ^rU 
Club official Bill McDaniel 
annouBced today tbe names 
(rf three foottall athletes 
who are to be awarded 
with recognitiMi of their 
athletic prowess at the 
club's annnal sports Jam- 
boree scheduled for Tues- 
day eveniiv at the New 
Cavalier. 

Herb Scott, a former 
Kellam High lineman and 
a 6-3, 245-p(Miod (tensive 
tackle (or Richmond's Vir- 
ginia UniM College, will 
be awarded the Virginia 
Bach ^NMrts Club's award 
u the mrtstandihg attlete 
from Tidewater in 1974.. 

Scott's boBors inelnde 
AU-CIAA bmors at Uspo- 
sitiott, as well as a first 
ten pi^itim m the Asae- 
elated Press' ume All- 
Aaeria ^m. 

McDaniel also ma • 
Bounced Willian aad 
Mary's BlU DeeryaadVto- 
linia's 6-1, 2»-poMdAU- 
American htmindte ■«- 
tion liaebaekerRietafd 
Ambrose as co-wiMers of 
tte club's award lor the 
Mshaa^ fsoOHa flayer 
in tte state et Virginia 



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Conkwright, Gregg battle to draw 



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wB^<j? 



Sixth Weel 



^' Last week featured abll 
^ickedale of Beach trresti- 
^'•fst acUoB, with one of the 
y^'v^ dramatic IxMits of the 
^idd-seasoo occttrriiiK as 

g:- First ColoDial mi tte 
p^^ittort cut dovB iteraad 
^^ nieet arch- rival and 
[li^ state powertottse Cox Jan. 
^. RDmors vere rife that 
l^ieia's state chanpioo Chris 
^tmiaiVA was n<^rlag 19 
^Kiem itfi^elaMlotake 
^Sb First ColoBlals's prime 
OMdef* l^eeMai ^ 

»fe 
ekes. Gin wrestlers 
the matches pretty 
I^^Kh their own way in the 
i^jiaily gfAai erf the meet, 
^^^dvUflK a 3:59 pin by 
^12-pomd T i n ro y David- 
'^loe. The Patriots won just 
J^Hw boot going into U» 
v^dMm^t-Gregc match- 
int tte ciwd was on 
feet as the m-poi»d 
bepa. Coiftwr^ht 
l»caB the seaaoa at 
U - the weight at wUch 
woo his state title last 
before the tazzer. 




Conkwright went ^> again, 
3-1, on a reversal but 
Gregg came back in the 
final nine seconds to gain 
a 3-3 draw. Both wrestlers 
remalii unbeaten. The fi- 
nal team score was Cox 
31, First Colonial 10. 

The Patriots had the bad 
luck of facing another 
wres^y power Saturday 
night, stn»ig Norview, but 
tte First Cohmial squad 
gave the Pilots a tusste 
,, biggge .hy^pag tte Mor- 

P^liPe^H^Wet victui, * 
'27-21. Clinton W«gins 
s«>r«l an qtfct is tte 145- 
poiwi sM by pianini Mor- 
vlew's Don at 3.06. Gregg 
wrapped up his e%hth 
-match wis in a row on a 
S-0 dMision, but Norview 
<tecided the issue 00 wins 
by Kike Benzel add D.T. 
iOfinBr. 

Cox net BaysMeatbone 
on Saturday, admlBbtering 
a 34-g thnMng to tte 
visitors. The Ifarlins won 
|ust cm bout, that on a 
3:46 pin by 18S-pottBd 



Cterlie Skipper who re- 
mains undefeated in tils 
weigirt class, ^evie Da- 
vidson won a major de- 
ciskw at 126 for bis Cox 
mwui, but tte remainder 
(d tte match was a series 
of deeisitms, with tte Fal- 
cms taking every one. Cox 
will go for its 50th con- 
secutive dual meet win to- 
B^ht in tte home arena, 
hosting Kellara, which has 
rolled 19 a S-0 record 
10 tar thto season. 

Tte Knights clc^^wred 
Lake Taylor Jan. I by a 
t«un score d 36-12, with 
each of Cmch Vic Gre- 
graf^lers scoring wins for 
their team. Jim Britt, now 
8-0, scored a 16-secoai 
pin in tte 38 -pomd open- 
ing bout to get tUn^ Ott 
oa the right loot for Kel- 
lam, with 126-pouoder 
Steve J^ords contribut- 
ing a pin as well. Unde- 
feated 145-poiuder Adol- 
ph«s Haftes won with a 
irf»» a toJ^yrt ^zy-ponnd 

SI i^(^ii. CSfBruso, 
tte third arisaten Kaii^t, 
had a UMgher time than 
expeded, but mm a 3-1 
decision over tte Titan's 
Eagan to ke^ his 1-0 re- 
cord oaUeaiabed. 

B^^ ndKe^paviUe 
bad ^od teysJacta^in- 
st Horfolk coqpetttiM. 
tte Chiefs pot it to Boed- 
er T., 37-12, M ftas by 
JolnBe^B. Mark lUffl- 
amd and FraA Lilky ia 
tte iqiper-m%ht classes, 
as wwll as an 11-2 deci- 
sion wia bf ISS-povnder 



B<* Reisch. The Chiefs 
were shocked by Booker 
T.'s Aotbony Otey, who 
decisioned ferraerly un- 
defeated 126-pounder 



Tonight 

One of the top scholastic 
dial meet wrestling events 
of tte season takes place 
tOBigbt wten Bill Guter- 
math's Cox grapplers host 
Kellam in the Cox High 
gymnasium at 8 p.m. 

Vic Gregor's Kellam 
team is the strongest tte 
school tes fielded in years, 
boasting three unbeaten 
grapplers in98-pounder 
Jin Britt, 145-pound Adol- 
phns Haynes, and 167- 
poimd Carl Bmso. 

Cox, tteugh stiKMed with 
soptemores and juniors, 
will te trying for its 50th 
ccnsecative dual meet win. 
ttki tey match-ups will be 
between Kellam's Britt and 
Cox's Taylor Wooten at 
M; ¥#ain Youi« aiid Chri;^, 
Yerkes at 119; Adol{Aas 
Raynes and Guy Newbury 
at 145; Carl Bruso and 
I^uny Johnson at 167; and 
between unb«ttra Knight 
heavywe^ht Oanny Rill and 
Cox's Bdtby Slubbs, once 
beaten in tte early season. 

Acticn b^ios <a tte Cox 
mats at 8 p.m. Tickets 
cost $1.50 at tte door, 
50 cents tor children imder 
twelve. 



Bobby Tate iqr a 4-2 score. 
KenpSTillt ted a narrow- 



er time, however, again- 
st Princess Anne on Sat- 
urday, edging Arnie Davis' 
squad, 24-22. PA's 126- 
pouader Billy Dickerson 
won a 2-1 bout over Tate, 
right after a 1:22 pin by 
teammate Carl Black over 
Kempsville's David Bo- 
gart. Heavyweight 230- 
pounder Frank Lilley won 
the dual meet for the 
Chiefa when he took down 
and pinned PA'S Mike Roe- 
nker, a sophomore 220- 
pounder, in 47 seconds. 
The Cavaliers were 
coming a Jan. 8 defeat 
at tte hands of busy Nor- 
view, 37-19. Princess 
Anne strength in the mat- 
ch was in the middle wei- 
ghts, where Terry Kretz, 
Carl Black, Billy Dicker- 
son and Jim Benjumea took 
tteir respective classes 
at 112, 119, 126 and 132 
pounds. Kretz and Beo- 
jumea won on pins, Dicr 
kerson on a 10-0 major 
decision. 

, BriKe Biehl's Bayside 
stfaaA out-dasMS Maury 
Jan. 8 to take a 46-9 win 
from Ute Commodores. 
Maury won just three bouts 
all 00 close decisions. 
Steve Sawyer and Charlie 
Ballou won on pins in their 
respective 98-pound and 
132-poand bouts, with 126- 
pouader Barry Cason win- 
ning a 14-2 major deci- 
skm over his Commodore 
opponent. Undefeated 
Charlie Skitter, at 185, 
and heavyweight Mark 
Whitehouse each won their 
respective matctes by 
forfMt. 



fiuf ^k)per likes it of Bayside 

Kellam knows what it's missing 



By STEVE BKUIDO 
Sm Staff Writer 

Vic Gregor, Kellam's 
wrestling mentor, most 
wake up every raoraiiv 
wwderi^ wtet it would 
Mve beM like if fate had 
orpl takM Charlie Sappm' 
ftvin Kellam and moved 
him to Bayside. 

Instead of just tbree un- 
defeated gra^ders, he'd 
tew had four. 

Actually, Skipper went 
tiBHWgh Joniw Ugh in Vir- 
giala B^ wtth tte id«i 
of going to Kellam and 
wrestling for Gregor. Most 



m." Skipper says <a 
since-retired Plaaa coach 
Bob TloaiaoB. "HeU^M 
me tte basics, and tkM 
tte nAntmmt was Coach 
Gregw." SEipper wrestted 
In the Ith and Mh g»de 
under TtompsM, tte apo- 
gee of Ms yowg career 
coming ia tte latter part 
of ttet freshman soma 
when te wrestled in tte 
city tournament at 167- 
pcMinds ia a Kellam var- 
sity lUifCH^. 

BA being lart of a Navy 
funlljr BMBs moving, and 
theagh Skfpper ted «- 
pected to wrestle for Kel- 




Skin>er's metbods may 
MA seem akin to Mo- 
taaned Ali's, or even Kel- 
lara 's 167-pound Carl Bru- 
so, known for his brus- 
quepess, but Skipper 
ahnigs. "Bruso is Bruso, 
te can do ttet," says Skip- 
per. "But that's just not 
■y personality. 

"He weighs 177-pounds 
tally clothed," says Coach 
UeU, obviously with ad- 
■Iration. "Cha^^rlie is very 
, food on his fe^t, te's real 
iood at taking people 



One of ^n>er's biggest 
matctes ia the early sea- 



wtet impressed me," says 
Rimarski. "I've known 
^pper since 8th grade, 
so we've wrestled l>efore. 

"We'U probkbly meet In 
tte district finals. I'm go- 
ing to te ready for him 
next Ume." 

Skipper has been work- 
ii:^ against a congenital 
hip deformity throughout 
his wrestling career. "I've 
been tavlng a little trou- 
ble with it lately," te ad- 
mits. 

"He ted a problem with 
ttet aU thrm^h foottnU," 
says Biehl, who was an 
assistant to head ccnch 



"Some of the rticest ^ys you meei 
are wrestlers. You get real 
close... It really shows wrestling 
is ii^i. Mike Benzel (of. Nor- 
view) and I are really close 
friends." 
- Bayside's Charlie %ipp*r 



at Us Mends- still Uve 
it tte Kellaffi sctool dis- 
trict, including two of Gre- 
gor's uadefeat«l etemps, 
AAophtts Haynes and Carl 

But last summer Skip- 

p^'s family mwed to 

lAeriev • Put M Me- 

^^ttfimm BatimM, and 

^'Mt» then Od^er has been 

buy tMildiq; a wrestling 

fveord at foyside ^ar- 

niited la 10 matctes so far 

Htsaasm. 

"He's (M of te most 
confldeBl wrerttrs I've 
;^er seen," «y»ffldw«r's 
^&at, ^m^ mm. "Be 
mm/t have hui arwily gMd 
tetdw smawrtwre al^ 

h hct, acc«rdl»f tt 
Mip^T himself, te did 
' "CoaA Hh^^Is te 
pv wto i^^PiptiMgo- 



lan allduri^Us two years 
as a junior Ugh school 
student, when tte bmily 
moved, te was forced to 
transfer to Bayside. 

"In junior Ugh, (Gary) 
HoltoweU kei^ cteHe^iag 
me all tte tin*," recalls 
adnter of UcMnMr Ph- 
u Junior t4uilMe ^o 
Mw wrestles for KeUan 
at the 185-pouDd spot vi- 
cated by ain>er. "ThSn 
te went tevn to 15S vfaen 
te eoolita't beat me." 

fttpper tas a Msdn- 
■pert Iw KeUtni's 1S75 
^fod tecauk M Itumt 
m>st at ^e wih^Umi, te- 
elf^f Kn^t tavyweight 
niMrlUIl. "Omy'agol^ 
to fant A M of ^^e 
tW^^^bteaaM W't jot 
a ^anl alhleta," ays 
ttipper, MMng, "Itenny I* 
Qtny, ttat'a tU Mi% is 



to it." Slipper sees no 
contradiction in tte fra- 
ternity te feels tetween 
himself and otter area 
wrestlers. "It really stows 
ttet vrettUag is realUght. 
Ute Btaiel tf Xwview 
ami I really are close 
friends. Tte coa^s Am't 
ami. Ctaee wten I was 
picking Benzel iqi after 
inmctice, Ms coach yelled 
out, 'Better bring him back 
in oae piece." 

Tte chances of B«zel 
aA Sdpper facing each 
otter in tte finals of tte 
distrtct or r^bMal tour- 
umMts, iKideirtally, is 
qnitv good. . 

Tte Bayside jmiorgnp- 
Idtr defl»s tte rehWon- 
ship ttet grows between 
competing wrestlers as 
something akin to friendly 
tete. "Some of tte nicest 
pys ym me^ are wrest- 
tors.y aipper ays, to- 
scrigl^ how te psychs 
Unself ^ to ovMtxiw 
tte frtaidly jalf dar^ tte 
six mH^s of tte natch. 
"m wigfc In Witt aU my 
chittes m uA juM k>ek 
at Urn. Or I'D just talk 
to Un, a^ tell end up 
ienii^ you Ms Ufe story. 
Ywget real close." 



"He knew what he was doing, 
*at's what inpressed me. We'll 
prtAably meet in the district 
finals. I'm goir^ to be ready 
for him next time." 
- Kempsville's Mark Rimarski 



son when te met another 
old friend, Kempsville's 
Mark Rimarski, in a Dec. 
18 match ttet Bayside woo, 
ZO-n. Brth were rated 
amc^ tte test in tte arra 
at ttet tine. 

'Cterlie bat Rima^ii 
11-3," recaUs Coach 
Biehl, mMff ttet Sklnwr 
took tte Kempsville 185- 
pouwier (town four times 
ia tte course of tteir bait. 

But Rimarski pelted 
out that at the time te 
wrestled aipper, he'd 
bem m a diet that ted 
resulted in a SO-pouml 
w^tt teatelhreewfKks. 
•R was my first match sin - 
m Iwii^ 4S pmuKls,'' says 
MratrM, who i^hed 
ttO Ante toottiU mum 
Tirt flie Kempsvttle sen- 
iw was not unimpres- 
sed with ^^r. "He knew 
what te was doi^, ttet's 



Terry Morton this |»s^ 
season. 

ajpper is a perstm full 
of omtradictions. Talking 
about foottell, be voices 
distaste for tte go-grt- 
'en attttiide. "1 really 
dtt't gM into ttet rah- 
rah, let's kUl 'em aing," 
te says. Yet, descriUng 
tte feeli^ te gOs wten 
his name is announced at 
tte start of a match and 
te walks on to tte mat, 
his point of view shifts. 

"ft sttrtsdftwn In your 
feet and tailds right up," 
te says. "I gM a M of 
personal satishction out 
of that. 1 tUi^ tte crowd 
teii^ ttere means a lot. 
It really feels good." 

&ys tte coach, "He 
lived q> to everythft^ ev- 
erybody said." 




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There is iwiting to com- 
pare witti a fnottwr's loy- 
•Hy. Mtk BAs Scott of 
2712 Gresham Drive, Vir- 
ginia Beach, vicarimisiy 
Uves IhrcN^ ^e excite- 
fTiMt of acetic compe- 



re 



tiJNK as stw watches trar 
sm, doMiy Scott, wrestle 
ifl ^» Lywtfiaven- Plaza 
Aial nwet Friday at Pla- 
za Junior High. Scott won 
his heavyweight bout with 
Plaza's Clyde Johnson. 



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State limitations dim recreation board s lure for investors 



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Sn Staff Writer 



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iMMd iMiwitkB PaeiU- 
ties ArtHi^ My Uw 
sifflie ^rneHh •ttnciiac 
private tin^Hen becaue 
a strict llm^rtfciMTO-- 
f^ feu piaMd oa its 
power, accorMc to City 
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Dwrinc Oit Bcadi paa- 
el's lirri mctoc Tinrs- 
day ttrinry es|Aiiedtt«t 
tte a^nity trodd feave 
to em aay reereatkiMl 
(teiUttes fiaaaMd l>y «a- 
free feOHls. a«i it «a«ld 
have to a»Hw all r^pn- 
siMUty Isr SuMlal kws- 
cs. Mttrital nenbers 
«a«M not be UaMe for 



Tke uNKwity cohU sell 
ikcilHies tt ovaad ody af- 
ter tte bonis are awH'- 



tiMd, be adM, ud ftm 

oily ri Mr mut^ valve. 
R vodd lot bave tbe pw- 
er te MkelesM-pur^ase 

opmttv tte teeiU&s, ke 
said. 

Alte ae mctiiif Ai- 
bvytoMTheSMttataort 
private Merests, tocM- 
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be., a grtMp vMdi bopes 
to birtM n iM arMa la 



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Heirloom hmtepn 
cradles memories 
for Beach hmily 



Family history nestles in an old lantern 
for Lillian Earle Parker Caris of Prin- 
cess Aime Plaza, who said her grand- 
father, Abraham Levy Parker, received 
the lamp from his grandfather on May 
30, 1884, when the boy bagged his first 
wild tuHcey with a handmade shotgim, 
quite a feat for a youngster who had not 
yet reached 13. Years later during the 
Depression, Parker, a grown man and 
a farmer, dropped ttie lantern and 
cracked tt)e glot>e when his horse bolted, 
startled by a clatter coming from an 
old dHJrch and graveyard Parker passed 
on ttie way home that winter ni^^t. 
Parker lit candies to replace tfie extin- 
guished lantern, and discovered a litter 
of dead puppies inside the building. As 
he entered the church, a dog scurried 
out, overturning a metal collection plate 
whidi roiled down the aisle of the church. 
Parker buried the puppies before he 
retrieved his broken lantern and mowited 
his horse to return home. The family 
later sold the farm and Parker's hand- 
macki shotgun during the Depression, but 
tNa laiitttw wtt> (to l^riten fMMw Vie 
last Parker Iwirtoom, was passed on to 
Mrs. Caris. 




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I never 
promised 

you a 

Rose Hall' 




Bose Hall, the pre-ReTOlutionary landmark which 
■its off OB the last uadeveloped stretch of Virginia 
Beach BonleTard, has sees a lot of history - 240 
jraars of it'- pass by. 

Bst the fate of one of Virginia Beach's oldest 
hmes may be sealed in meeting rooms of the Mon- 
e^ial Ceirter.:in the next few months/ when city 
eoBBcUmeB and planning commissioners decide wheth- 
er Rose Hall shoald be protected with a special 
historical sonli^ district which would prevent owners 
from making any changes without the ap- 
proval of tlw 0ty planning director aod the Hist- 
orical Review Board. 

A iHick in ttie basemeirt ta tte Rose Hall, one of 
the (ddest-gambrel roofed buildings in existence, 
is inqlrlnted with the date 1732. 

Orqiinally the 2,500-acre estate of Francis Land, 
a vestryman and ward«a of Lynnhaven Parish, Rose 
Hall ns designed from standards set in the Pal-^ 
Itedtam, an architectural work (circa. 1550) which 
Thomas Jefferson set as his own guide when be 
britt IfonUceUo. 

hud, a gramlson of Adam Thorooghgood, built 
tte brick walls of his home with Flemish bond 
18 inches thick. The hand-hewn timbers sunwrt- 
iBg tte orioidal structure measure 10 by 10 inches. 

Tke sturdy bouse was built mostly by slave labor, 

Iwt' the fine brick arches over Rose Hall's front 

(kwr and windows are indicate that Land brought 

in artists to complete the more delicate masonry 

^oa Us home. 

Like many ottier colonists, Land pnAtably held 
eommm^ial rights from Queen Anne. The property 
had a dock where ships could land to take on ship- 
■ents (rf totacco, com and cotton, crops that brought 
vciltb and prosperity to landowners in pre-Revo- 
lotionry days. 



School Board seat a surprise to her 



BfMAMfMXXDk 
Sm SUf Writer 

Ann Taylor, an attractive blonde sat demurely on 
the sob in the living room of her home overloolung 
Unkhom Bay. 

Sm ttttirii^ thnx^ a handful of mail, and re- 
carted, "Igness I'vegtA myreadii^cutout for me." 

Om of Oe Um anekipes was a letter c(mgTatu- 
lattng Mrs. taybr t« ter appointment to tte Vir- 
ftala Bnch &teoI ^ard. T^ rest was more mall 
from tte school administration. 

0» ftealay, Hrs. Taytor officially will become the 
■eeoB d vtmu m tte U-member b<nrd, r^laciag 
K«aed L.JardiAo retired aftfr 25 years (» tte b(»rd. 

"He tast time Iwas sworn In to somethiq;," Hrs, 
Itater ttteittitf with a smHCitwastteGirl SeoM." 

Tie vpeU^mA to the School Btard came as a 
eemsMtms^^^ to Hrs. Taylor. Ae will be tte 
iM&i t^resttd rtiiw m tte bwrd, and B«eh B<wtwgh 
^mkUbu BiAvrt CaDis, a pei^wal friend, brdie 

Mmws- 
"1 WIS j^ BaMtetfasted. 1 said I'd certain ^• 

^ter it," Mrs. Taylor mU, "and my hwAaatl w- 
ems^tei me. He said he ttetfht I would te venr good 
Men^ItavfC^mM sense." j 

Tte Cm^I has teen ertticized in the ^st for 
to^^AVJUto qffi^tets wcr wonra, and for Utt 
^^ ikm^, RvJM %^Ht hM iam Om taw feonte 
ea^bnrd. 



Callis admitted that ttie City Coimcil h^ its eye 
on a female candidate for the ScIkmI Board vacancy. 

"One of her qualifications is that she is the motter 
of four chUdren," said Callis of Mrs. Taylor. Two 
'sons are stndents at First Colonial High Scteol, while 
awriter son is a junior at Old Dominion University. A 
AugMer is studying at Mary Baldwin College in 
Staoittm. 

Mrs. Taylor will offer tte board "a woman's 
viewpoint," Callis said, "and the City Comicil, con- 
tnuT to poinlar teUef, tne# to pick the pers<m who 
was test qualified. "She's a very inteU^ent, level- 
headed person" the coimcilman add«i, "and tttne on 
tte City CouBcU who kww ter felt ste tcs certainly 
qaalified." 

Unlike mwt BmA resliteits. Mrs. Tayfcwtaa lived 
in ttearraallter Ule. Herta^^Dd, R. Oawson Tayto, 
who owns True ValM Hmne Craters, is alio a B«ch 
Mtive. 

Mrs. Taylor went to school at Oc^.TMbtfliUg 
Mw serves the school system as a bos ^r^^,^ ste 
Mrited ^Mlly. 

When ttey marrtrt 23 years ago, the Taylors bMlt 
a smaU coattage on Rose Law Mat to Taylor's 
parents' home. 

Altar ttelr fourth child, Mrs Taylor saU, the two- 
bedronn "temrmmm" cottage was a W cnmped. 
mat tte Ma fu^Bn wre r^lttg aiMni to tte 
big hnwe. So one Hew Tmts taf. tte added, "we 



jest switcfted. It's worked out nicely," ste added, 
and tte older Taylors, now in tteir 80's are snug 
in the small cottage. 

Tte new School B(»rd memter said she's "naturally 
ai9reh«sive" abmt ter new role in the community. 
"It's all so new and difi^rent from anything I've 
(tam." 

BA Ste also teeU It U important to mject a motter's 
peiat (d view into tte School Board. "I think it's 
basie," die exiriained. "I Uiinfc I'll te agood souDdii« 
bond." 

Mrs. Taylor also said ste realises that ste'U have 
te boM vp on school issues. Her husband tes alreiuiy 
set aside a tUe cabinet "for my paraphernalia." 

Sw doesn't teire any specM interests yet, except 
tof as api»«ctatioa irf tte Beach's Center for Effec- 
ttve haa^, wtere posters with leamii« pro- 
Uams recMve q>ecial telp. Mrs. Taylor worked as a 
vi^ateer ttere at one time. "I'm interested In the 
teaming ceater, " ste eqiUined, 'because I've seen 
itet it can do." 

ae said ste also woeld like toseesmaUer classy, 
attoegh Ae routes H mmU te costly. 'But mwey 
Mpm OB edacatiOB." ate added, "is certainly money 
veU-sprat." 

And as a School Board member, Mrs. Taylor also 
hqies to te accessible to tte pvblic. "I hope people 
ieel tree to call," ste said. "If I can'tuswera 
I, I'll certainly take it to tte School Board aod 
I tte answer." 



R(Me Hall, with its wide hallway and gracious 
staircase, was undoubtedly the scene of colonial so- 
cial gatterings. With fireplaces and every room and 
pine paneling, wood floors and intricate hand-car- 
ved paneling and mantels, the Francis Land Home 
was obviously designed to te a sbowplace in pre- 
Revolutionary. 

Even the basement of Rose Hall has a fireplace, 
where rebel prisoners huddled for warmth during 
tte Civil War. 

After the Civil War when more people settled 
in tte Virginia Beach area, development gradually 
encroached on tte original Francis Land estate. 

Hie commerical strip in Virginia Beach cut into 
tte 2,500 acres until Mr. and Mrs. CoUin A. Studds 
purchased the home and its remaining 35 acres 
20 years ago during their retirement. 

Studds and his wife were interested in old bouses. 
Mrs. Studds wanted to open a dress shop, and the 
couple needed land to raise whippets. 

At age 53, Studds began the job of restoring the 
old house, even digging out the basement to uncover 
tte home's original foundation. 

Mrs. Studds' shop propsered, and many Virginia 
Beach brides were outfitted in the mirrored bridal 
room and served steaming coffee from the colonial- 
Style silver service. 

U^ 1M7, Sladds' daughter, Mary Komoroski, 
and ter linsband took over the iMisiness. 

Gradu:aUy tte effort to run an exclusive women's 
shop at competitive prices witt tte shopping centers 
irtiile maintaining Rose Hall's 35 acres was too much 
for tte Komoroskis. 

In May, Mrs. Komoroski, faced witt a $700,000 
mortgage, decided to sell out tte shop's entire stock 
to meet payments. In July the old home's antique 
fbnishiBgs, down to tte curtains, were auctioned 
oil. 

How Mrs. Komoroski, hopes to sell Rose Hall, 
and tte mly problem is the Vii^inia Beach's attempt 
to gird tte pn^erty witt an historic zoning design- 
ation. 

Without the Kmii«, the Rose Hall property, prime 
real estate along Virginia Beach Boulevard, is worth 
an>roximately J1.3 million, accordli^ to Mrs. Ko- 
moroski. 

But if a teyer has to keep tte estate intact as 
an historical landmark. Rose Hall's commercial 
value is much less. 

In most historic sonii^ decisions, the property 
owner inititates tte designation to protect the prt^- 
erty, tat in Rose HaU's case, the city began the 
move for tte zoning over Mrs. Komoroski's ob- 
jections. 

Tte historic zoning district would not change the 
property's actual commercial land use, but it would 
prevent present or future owners from altering tte 
structure or grounds without permission of tte His- 
toric Review Boai-d and the city planning director. 

As an historical landmark. Rose Hall's value is 
estimated at $25,000 much less than the pricetag 
(» a shoHHng center or planned community, ac- 
cording to Mrs. Komoroski's attorney. 

Mrs. Komaroski's attorney has called the his- 
torical districtii^ "seizing property without due pro- 
cess of law," and ttere is a possibility tte city 
could te faced witt a legal suit if it imposes tte 
Ustoncal zoning. 

Wtetever course is taken, tte decision will te 
made by tte City Council in the next few months. 
And Rose Hall, which has remained intact over the 
course of two wars and a revolution may face its 
most difficalt test yet. 




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J Hevlns 

, Cindy-Jo Nevias and 
Pa»l 1. Homer were mar- 
riad Dec 29 at the twine 
of Jhe bride's parents, Mr. 
and Mrs. Buratey A. 
Fiiedman, on Bobolink 
Dflve, Virginia Beach. ^ 

Clie groom is the son xrf 
Di and Mrs. Melvin Ho- 
rafr of Coral Gables, Fla., 
and Sandbridge. 

}labbi Paul Reich and 
Rsbbi Phillip Pincus of- 
ficiated at the double ring 
cA'emony. 

Maid of honor was Ka- 
r^ Barr of Norfolk, the 
bnde's cousin Brides- 
n4id was Eileen Homer, 
tl^ groom's sister-in- 
law, and Helly Barr Fried- 
n^n was flower girl for 
hfr sister. 

.Bruce Homer of Chicago 
«)is best man for his bro- 
tMer. Ushers were Robert 
li>mer, the groom's bro- 
t^r, and Gary Friedman, 
tlfe bride's brother. John 
Qoldman of Virginia Beach 
i^s ring bearer. 
."■The couple is complet- 
ing sttidies in Chicago af- 
t^r a wedding trip to Lake 
Qeneva. The bride is 
wrting on a master's de- 

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gree in library science at 
Rosary College, and the 
groom is in his junior 
year, of medicine at the 
University of Illinois. 

Rogers - 
Craddock 



i Brenda Lynn Craddock 
and Lt. Mark Edward Ro- 
gers were married Jan. 
11 in a double ring cere- 
mony at the Chapel of the 
Good Sheirtierd at Naval 
Air StaUon (NAS) Oceana, 
Virginia Beach. 

The bride is the dai^h- 
ter of Mr. and Mrs. An^ 
drew Lee Craddock of 923 
First Colonial Road, Vir- 
ginia B«ich. The groom is 
the son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Edward D. Rogers, 908 
Beaverbank Circle, Tow- 
sm, Md. 

Matron of honor for the 
ceremony was the bride's 
sister, Molean C. Cart- 
wright of Virginia Beach. 
Bridesmaids were Bonnie 
Yelton' of Virginia Beach 
and Cindy Rogers of Tow- 
son, sister of the groom. 
The bride's niece, Cindy 
Cartwright of Virginia 
Beach, served as the jun- 
ior bridesmaid. 



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groom's brotter, Jim Ro- 
gers of TowsM. Usters 
included tte bride's mp- 
hew, Lee Craddock (rfVir- 
ginia Beach, and D^n Ca- 
ller, Douglas Fraas, 
Michael Lipmas and Jack 
Martin Jr., all of Tow- 
$oe. 

Recejrfion was held at 
the Wficers Op«i Mess 
NAS Oceana. 

The couple plans a wed- 
ding trip to Williamsburg 
before traveling to Rapid 
City, S.D., where they will 
live. The groom, a grad- 
uate of the University of 
Maryland, is employed at 
the Ellsworth Air Force 
Base in South Etekota. 

Until the weAiing, tlw 
bride had been employed 
at th? United States Air 
Force Hospital on Laugh- 
lln Air Force Base, Ter- 
as. She is a 1973 graduate 
<a the Norfolk Gei»ral 
HospiJ^ School (tf Pro- 
fessional Nnrstag. « 



Varner 
engagement 



Mr. aiHl Mrs. Richard 
Barold Varuef of 2244 
Lloyd Drive, Chesapeake, 
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The bride-to-be is a 
gradvate of L^e Ta:r>or 
R^h SdKxd, aad tte is 
preseittly a stgd^ at CM 
Doainion Uidversity. She 
is presently enjAcqred Iqr 
Micro Late Inc. at Mod- 
ticello Arcade. 

Her fUaee, a graduate 
ot Norfolk ChristiaB High 
School, is a studest at 
Tidewater CcHUBimity 
College. He is em|rfoyed 
by Colmial Stores Inc. on 
U^iB Road, Virgima 
Beach. 

A weddi^ date has not 
l>eeB set. 



Williams 
engagement 



Mr. and Mrs. Kim B. 
Williams of 1025 Tivoli 
Crescert, Virginia Beach, 
aaoouDce the engagement 
<^ their diughter, Anae 
Maury WilUaras. to Rich- 
ard Henry Joy. son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Robert G. Joy, 
537 W. Plantation Road, 
Virginia Beach. 

Miss Williams is a 
gndaate (tf Cox High 
School and Mary Washing- 
t(n Collie. Joy is agrad- 
oate of First Colonial High 
School and Old DorainioB 

A Ifiy 3 weddiiq; is plan- 
ned. 



FOR THE FUTiAe 

CAVALmt PLATWHISC 

"There's A Glri in My 
Soty,* a GMM#. alttdpn 
lOB^ at tteCamUer M- 
tmtt PlajlHnM, St? Ar- 
tmm Ave., VtorMk. Do- 
«rs oftm at 6 B.m., and 
flw MM atuAs at 6:45. 
Tbe pertomaace vUl be- 
gin at 1:15. To make r«- 
servatkas. caU 1S5-6033. 

TBiULCLUB 

The Tidewate^nialach- 
lan Trial CtaftWl ne^ 
at 7:30 tawWrt st the Vir- 
glnia B«ich Canpos of Ti- 
dewater CoBMwity Col- 
lie in Boom B-lOO ad- 
}acwt to the Ubrary. lie 
club will elect 1975 of- 
ficers and conduct a pro- 
gram oB Virginia's state 
forests. For information 
eesU^ Wtt^ Hobart. 
dob presii^, at 340- 
9TO0. 

MATFAItH 



The Miay Farm Garden 
Clnb 1^ OMet at t p.m. 
toBigkt ^ Kings Grant Pre- 
sbyterian Church. Mrs. 
John Badms will q>ak 
on "Women of the Bible." 
MARCH FOR LIFE 

Today Is the deadUae 
for resemtions for the 
Jan. 22 March for Life 
in Washiqgtaa D.C. Buses 
will lean Pembroke Mall 
Jan. 22 at • a.m. to join 
in an airti-abortion march 
on the amiiversiry of the 
Sqirerae Conrt decisis 
legalising abortioa. Tte 
trip is sponsored by the 
Tidewater Chapter of the 
Virginia Socie^ for Hu- 
man Life and will .c(^ 
$t. ReservatiOBS can be 
made 1^ calling Helrai Ko- 
csnr at 424-1813. 
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mdnwad ttarsdar to«- 
tch tte GMcral Assem- 
tdy is Mtta, Bra» will 
Inve the Oeatre puting 
M at JaBafShoi#ag Ca- 
ter It • a.m. wd rHnra 
^ 7 p.B. fUkxAs are fS 
Jar Uw rowdtt^.Tom^ 
rwnrtattaa. eoMset Ste- 
raijm MtUa A the Mor- 
lolfc Teehtf ol Vo<^Aiam 
Center today at tS5-410i. 

PAPCLMIC 

A pap cUaie kir sea- 
tor citixtts wiU be apt- 
Bsored fn»i 12 boor to 
2:S0 p.m. Tinrmiay at tte 
Bayside Heatt 
neit, no ■ • . 
Blvd., Viiftaia Betdi. The 
eUate Is ^ouwred l^tte 
Soaiheos^ Ana MoM 
Program REVAMP) of the 
American Cancer Society. 

UMtABTnLMS 

The ViifbteBcft^^- 
bli^i Library will ^onsor 
fUios at three branch lib- 
nrtes this week. Ob 
Tharsday and Friday at 
10 aad 11 a.m. Kemps- 
vUle WiU feature "An Ad- 
venture wtth Andy,- "BU- 
ze Glory" and "Blueber- 
ries for Sal." At 11 a.m. 
l^turday, movies at Win- 
dsor Woods WiU be "Uttte 
Mariaer," "Comdi ShfeU' 
and "Sa Fever," while 
Vingiaia Beadi shows 
"C%osts and OKraUes" and 
"Shoemaker and the 
Elves." 

HECa iATlOW 
AOnOUTT 

The Virginia Beach Re- 
creatin Authority wiU bo- 
ld an orgaaiartbwal meet- 
ing at 1 p.m. Ilursday In 
the City Manager's Con- 
ference Room of the Mu- 
nicipal Center. 

E3iUSTED WIVES 

The Nifflitz (CVAN-U) 
EnUated Wives' Club will 
kdd a bnsiB«ui mectiig 



r^y m tte mm Vttg 
Lsmm of GwenI ttam- 
tal rf Virftiia Bm<». »- 
toea Ayrasloa and G«« 
Ratfaere, refirteredw- 
ses, idU ^eak on "Ef- 
(BcU at anokttg on tte 
Canitonsctfsr Syrtem.* 
tke third s^slott is «*- 
eteled ^ "IM p.m. Tues- 
day ^ the hnpitol. Dr. 
R. H. Stymond Whtt»y, 
an ane^hcsMogM. viU 
disoiss -Biolaiiad Bea- 
Uh Hasards to Our Re- 
iqir^»ir ^r9t».'"rhefi- 
aal hmwUbk wiU be held 
Jan. 23, wh« Ot. Van- 
aid Sdm, a radkAxi^. 
irtU sp^c OB "Tbe Em- 
battled CeU." 

POET SOUK 

Virfii^ WedeysB Col- 
le(e wUl open its lf75 
Vtsttiac PoeU Serin «M 
an ^pMnnct bypoet and 
novdist Satsdll toks at 
8 p.m. Thartday ia tte 
college's Seleat* Antttor- 
1am. The mding wiU be 
opea to the p^ic free 
(rfeteife. 

CATAUEBSOCIETT 

Mo^toiB bomM for 
needy <±ildren wiU 
be the topic at a meet- 
ii« of the CavaUer 
Socity at 4 p.m. Frlda) 
at tte home of Mrs. Pat 
Stawttag, 504 Sosan C(m- 
staat Drive, Virginia 
Beach. The eld) is spon- 
sored by the Princess 
Aiae Coi^ Daughters of 
the Americui R^qlqtion. 

SICKLE CELL SEMQIAR 

Hie ndemter Ceiter 
for SicUe CeUAMmiawiU 
qxwsor its first a^nal 
seminar on traits and 
treatm«it of the disease 
at 8:30 a.m. in the scie- 
nce building - lecture hall 
Id Norlolk SWe CoUege 
Stfnnby. Registration wOl 
bccin at 8:30 a.m. with 
a, tamch iNreA Avm 12 
to i:lSjj.m. ?*e aiter- 




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qnowr a wedcend sem- 
tamr lA iiiM» tli]4or H^i 
School and fl» 'memtimr 
INner llmtre. Law- 
CTOMe Kaae. dreetm' tf 
tte Fami^ Ule Feuaii- 
tlM to VasUBKloa, D.C-, 
will spoh SB tu^ pitt- 
B&« 1 pjB. Sitariay tf the 
h^ aehotd, «Mle m. Jo- 
seph Staitai of the Tads 
Uatventty ft^eol «rf He- 
dldae in Be^a wUt ^- 
em» tta valim of Ufa. At 
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tre, followed by a 12 noon 
ecvnenical service. A 
b«iefU loHdieOB irUI be 
served ^ 1 n.m. featuHag 
Loaisc SnoiffleitiU, B^- 
rigli footer, as ^e^ 
speater. and Dtdse C«^- 
kSam, mtta^A direc- 
tor. The m«di^ |K«gram 
trtU be |»'^^ed by Mary 
Barraeo, Aathoiv and 
Barbara A^ ac«>m- 
pnied 1^ SaUye Bowen. 
For reMrvattoBS, call 
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caa be made ^ ealUag 
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mnonmn 

Tte Virgtala Beadi m- 
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ped BMt Tue«iay In the 
mayor's office la the Mu- 
Btcipel Ce^er. Har/ey J. 
RidiBger, a Sociil Secur- 
ity represPntMive, was 
gqes^ speaker. 

fUfCBIt AMMS 
WOMWSCLUB 

A program on Virginia 
Beach's HIT arti-bugUry 
inxigram was the fa^^ for 
tte Taesdky mectiBg of 
Uie Prtncns Amie W(Hn- 
SB's Club of Virginia Bea- 
di. 



SCOUTS 
Tteae B B g a ti ^<» Boy 
Scaal^Trocf 434 (tf Wm- 
dstn* Woods advanced in 
the troop's Court of Ho- 
nor. Marshall and Randy 
Hewitt advanced to the Star 
ratiag, whUe Dmig Hol- 
liBgnNMlh advanced to Te- 
Mterfoot. Heirttt was re- 
Goplaed for his duUea as 
Troop &rtte aadMattMa- 
rcUidc MS cited for his 
wjrk as Troop (^rter- 
maitor. Merithad^were 
presested to H^ Kep- 
bart. RdMe Ragle. Fraidi 
Ro^Bt. David ^tesoB 
and Fred Logue. 



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SISTER VAIL Is Located In Her Own Private 
House. Look For The Sign With Her Name 
In Front Of Her Hone 

Tmich of her haml will Mess yon. SISTER VAIL 
has the God-Given power to H«il bj Prayer. Every- 
<»e welcome, at SISTER VAIL home. What you see 
with your eyes, your heart wUl l»lieve. Are you 
suffering? Are you sick? Do you need help? Do you 
have bad luck? Bri^ your problems to SISTER VAIL 
today and be rid (rf them tomorrow, ae advises 
on all affairs of life. There is no problem so great 
she can't solve (how to hold your lab when you have 
failed, and tow to succeed; calls your enemies by 
aame and reunited the s^arated). 

ae has de»ot«l a lifetime to tWs wjrk. From the 
ftw cwMTs et the tmU ftey eome to ter. MmA 
Wi»»« of all races and walks of Iffe. Gmraateed 
to r^»ve even influence and l»d luck. Ttere Is no 
pttr to mm kaowlng th^ are is har4 luck atfaecd 
Mp, and (k) wrt come lor if-Mc visit will cm^ce 
yai. ^ gives Iwdty days aad hand lilts you out 
rt sorrow aad «vk«ss a^ ^rts yoa <» the pat 
to success aad ha^MS. II y«i suffer li^ ato- 
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Religion 



Th« Sun. Jan. 15. 1975 - B - 3 



Birthright 
slates meet 



Liberation issue looms 
on conference agenda 



Bmhilgtt, anaaU-ibor- 
tln orpAtaUoii. willGcm- 
imA a scninar this week- 
end at tke Lake Taylor 
aid On Tidmter Dianer 
Tlwatre, Jacbidiag religi- 
ooa aerricea Sumiay. 

Tte diacnsskMis as sch- 
•taled at 1 p.m. Satnrday 
atljA» Taylor HigliScliool 
trUl be epea to the pobUc. 

Lawereaee Kane, dir- 
ector of tlM Huraaa Life 
FoMdation, WasUii(toB, D. 
C. will diacnss family 
planBiag, wliile Dr. Joseph 
Stairton of Boston will q>- 
Mk oa Oe value of lite. 

Bishop John J. Russell 
will offer mass at 10 a.m. 
Soaday ia the Tidewater 
IHoaer Theatre, followed 
Iqr a 12 aoon ec«m«iicai 
« service with miatsters. 



from several diflerent de 
Bomintions Joiaiog in the 
program. 

A tienefit luncheon feat- 
uring Louise SummerhtU 
as piest speaker, will be 
held at the dinner thea- 
tre at 1 p.m. Mrs. Summ- 
erhill is founder of Birth- 
right. She will be assist- 
ed by Denise Cocciolone, 
Birthright national dir- 
ector. 

The ' musical program 
during the luncheon will be 
presented by Mary Barraco 
and Anthony and Barbara 
Rossi, accompanied by Sal - 
lye Bowen. 

Reservations can be 
made by callti^ 499-6200 
or contacting Pernice Par- 
ker, 4B1-5049. 



Church laymen and min- 
isters throughout Virginia 
will head to Charlottes- 
ville Jan. 30 for a three- 
day Christian Life Con- 
ference based on the 
theme, "Liberation and 
Reconciliation." 

The conference, spon- 
sored by Virginia Bap- 
tists, will include guest 
speakers from various 
sects, The cliurch repre- 
sentatives will ^ study 
liveration movements 
which are Involving 
Christians. 

Most Reverend Walter 
F. Sullivan, Catholic his- 
hop in the Diocese of Rich- 
mond, will open the meet- 
ing at 2 p.m. Jan. 30 at 
the Howard Johnson's Mo- 
tor Lodge in Charlottes- 



ville. Bishop Sullivan is an 
advocate of church open- 
ness and direct Christian 
ministry. 

The ministry's role in 
Black liberation will be 
discussed by Rev. James 
Forl)es, a former Rich- 
mond minister. He is 
presently working on the 
feteff of the Inter-Met Se- 
minary in Washington, D. 
C. 

Women's rights Is 4h- 
other topic which will be 
taken up by conference 
participants. Dr. Sarah 
Frances Anders, a socio- 
logy professor at Louis - 
ana College, will delve in- 
to the women's liberation 
movement. She was a 
speaker during the 1972 
Christian Life Confer- 



ence in Natural Bridge, 
where she discussed fam- 
ily life. 

Dr. Bob Adams, a pro- 
fessor of Christian ethics 
at the New Orleans Ba|>- 
tist Theological Seminary, 
will speak on liberation 
and reconciliation in Third 

WOTld countries. Adams, 
who was a missionary in 
South America for 14 
years, evaluated prtAlems 
in Third World coon- 
tries first hand during his 
work there. 



In addition to th» guest 
lecturers, five Virgin- 
ia ministers will (teliver 
sermons related to the 
conference theme. . 



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imntt mty 1m wbmittKl to Th« Sun by 
imHin« announeMTMnti to "Bridii." 
AnnounnnMnts *toM be typvi, if pot- 
Mbto, or printMl togibly. Tha dMdUiM for 

neaMng aiinouiMWMnti b noon Friitey 
prior to liM wo* of puMicition. PicbifW 
wiH bi ntutmi if iecompani«l by • 
flMHMd. MifaddrMMd viMlopo. 




Black studies expert to speak 



Aa «q»rt ia bladi stu - 
dies will be font speak- 
er at Ft. Story memorial 
•ervices today la honor of 
MarttB Luther King's 
Mrthday. 

Dr. Heiiwrt UarshaU. 
director of the continuing 
edacation division at Nor- 
folk State College, will be 
the guest speaker in eere- 
noBies at 10 a.m. today 
at the base's Sandpiper 
_ Bi^aMiaa Caatw, 
immm^nftg icr*^, conduc- 
ted i^ Array chaplains at 
Ft. Stwy, are opea to the 
pafaUe: 

' la addition to his work 
at Norfi^ Sate, Marshall 
acts u a black studies 
eoBsdtairt with the cities 
of Virgiaia Beach, Hamp- 
toa ud Portsmooth, al 
well as LoaisviHe, Ky., 
aad Baltimore, Md. He is 
also the host and coordi- 

McWhite 
heads unit 

Jaam E. McWhite will 
■t^ la a> braach raaaager 
tor CMBiaercial Credit 
Coivor^toa's Virginia 
, Baart otdM at S»60A 
Priacess Aaae Road. 

Prcvtoasly llauee au- 
MfM- tor the Una's Aa- 
dntca, S.C, office, Mc- 
Whttt aUI be reqwesible 
tor 8ivervisia(lBStallai«at 



aator of a television pro- 
gram, "Pride," which ap- 
pears on WAVY television. 
' Marshall is vice chair- 
man of the Chesapeake 
District Tidewater Coun- 
cil of the Boy Scouts, 
Board of Directors pres- 



ident of the Hunton YMCA 
a member of the Nor- 
folk Putdic Library 
Board, past president of 
the Virginia Teachers 
Association and a deacon 
of the Bank Street Bap- 
tist Church. 



Before the memorial 
services, a filmed biogra- 
phy "From Montgomery to 
Memphis," sketching 
Martin Luther King's life 
will be shown at the Ft. 
Story recreation center at 
8 a.m. 



wocraaia tai the VtrgiaU 
Baa^ area. He aad his 
vlto, Csaaie, live oaLocfc- 
•ood Coart wtth Ifeclr two 
ehUdrea. 




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like an American jet for Lt. Michael 
Seider, a Virginia Beach pilot who is 
d^loyed with the British Fleet is a 

On Navy exchange 



persoftftel exchange program. The only 
difference is the two jets is that the 
British version is equi(^ed with a Rolls 
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over a Virginia Beach pi- * 
lot to the British Fleet- 
but only tor a temporary 
assipment. 

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8532 W. Coral Key, Vir- 
ginia Beach, is serving 
t 30- month stint on the 
British aircraft carrier 
Ark Royal, where he is 
fljriog f^nthom jets. 

It's all part of an ex- 
dunge program the Navy 
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plicants six months ago. 

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tercept officer at Naval 
Air Station (NAS) Oceana, 
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Phantom, similar to the 
American model excQ* 
for its Rolls Royce ei^lne. 

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• OKOm or PUBLICATIOH 
\ In the Clerk's Office of the 
f Circuit Court of the Ctty 

ot Virginia Beach, on the 

tth day of January, 1915. 

Roiiert Theodore Miller, 

Plaintiff, 

•CSiBSt 

Jaact Marie Miller. 
DefndaM. 

The object of this suit 
Is to (Main a divorce a 
■, Tlaculo matrimonii from 
tka said def^Klaot, upon the 
KTonnds of 2 years se- 
parattoB. 

Aad aaaUitevit having been 
■Mite and filed that the 
(Mnitagt is anon-resident 
of the State of Virginia, the 
last know* post office ad- 
dress being; 792 Termino 
Avenw, Lwg Beach, Ca- 
Uioraia it is ordered that 
Sa dae appear here within 
ten (10) days after due 
pablicatiofl hereof, and do 
vlat may be necessary to 
{HtAect ber iitterest in this 
rait. 

A o^-Teste: JCMHN V. 
FEIfniESS; CLERK 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
IB the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 9th 
day of January, 1915. 
Charles 0. Rice, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Nancy B. Rice, 
Defeodaat. 

The object of this suU 
is to obtain a divwce a 
mensa et tboro from the 
skid defendant, opoo the 
grounds of desertiOD. 
And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is a n<»- resident 
of the State vA Virgiata, 
tte last known post office 
address bell%; 4192 Man- 
sarita Drive, San Diego, 
California it is entered 
that she do appear here 
within ten (10) days after 
due publication tereof , and 
do what may be necessary 
to pnAect ter interest in 
this suit. 

A copy- Teste. JOHN V. 
FEHTREffi: CLERK 



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tractive to Seider because 
of it's proximity to St. 
Andrews, where the Am- 
erican pUcrt can polish Us 
gcdf game. 

After a visit to Virginia 
B«idi for Christmas, Sei- 
der retioned to the Arii 
Royal, which will deploy 
to the Caribbean, West Af- 
rica aM~ South America. 



Although quarters abo- 
ard the British aircraft 
carrier are not as roomy 
as tliose on American 
shi{e, Seider noted that the. 
Ark Royal "is as enjoyable 
as life at sea can be." 

The Virginia Beach 
man's duty tour with the 
British Navy wlU not end 
UBtU 1971. 



Richsrd G. Bryi^es, p.q. 
1369 LasUn Ro«i 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23451 

Jan. 15, 22, 29, Feb. 5 4t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

h tte Clerk's omee of 

the CiTCTltCoBrtcrftheCity 

(rf Virgiiiia Bnch, m the 

imh day ot Jamary, l»^o. 

GleeB Adrian Hnnter, 

Plaintifl, 

against 

Dortha Lavem HcGowia 

Rinter, 

Detaidant. 

The object (rf ttls sid^ 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vincnlo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, iq?on 
tbe groonds of 2 years 
septration. 

And as affidavit having been 
aade and ftled that the 
defeadaat is a non-resident 
of the ante of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
wldms being: %)S 160th 
Terrace Drive, Redington 
Beach, Florida it is 
(ntlered that she do appnr 
here within ten (10) days 
after due pid)Ucation here- 
of, and do what may be 
■eMsaary to protect her 
ii4»«st in this suit. 
A copy-Testie: JOHN V. 
FEHTOBS: CLERK 
Bmcb A Svnnner 
4565 Va. Beach Blvd., 
ViiginU B«icb, Va. 23462 

Jan 15, 22, 29, Feb. 5 4t 



licaticm of this order and 
indicate their attitude to- 
ward the proposed adop- 
tion or otherwise do wlut 
is necessary to protect 
their interest herein. 

It is further ORDERED 
that Oe Joregolia portion 
iA oS (Mw beyabUrted 
once a week for four suc- 
cessive weeks In the Vir- 
ginia Beach Sun, a news- 
paper having general cir- 
culation in the Tidewater, 
Viri^nia ar^. 
I A9( FOR THIS: 
Howill K. Clarke 

Jan. 15, 22, 29, F^. 5 4t 



CRDER OF PUBLICATION 
VIRGINIA: IN THE CIR- 
CUIT COURT OF THE 
CTTY OF BntGIMU 
BEACH ON THE 8TH DAY 
OF JANUARY 1975. 
In tte matter of the ad(9- 
ti(» of Patricia Ann Witt- 
row and chaise (A name to 
Patricia Ann McCabe 
IN CHANCERY 
NO. C -74- 1809 
This day came the pe- 
titi(»ers and represented 
mo tte Cmrt that the ob- 
ject of this proceeding is 
to effectuate tbe u^jitoa 
of the above-named indi- 
vMvBl Iqr Jolm Fr^ds He 
Cabe and Margaret Bi^- 
ley McCabe, huslnw) and 
wife, and to change the 
name of said infant to H- 
tricia Am McCabe, as af- 
fidavit havii^ been made 
aiMl filed that tbe petition- 
ers verily state that the 
natural parents of said 
child are unavailable and 
that their whereabmits are 
ukaown sad that the last 
Iwwn ^ress of tte na- 
tural btber, Itevid Lwis 
Withrow, ni, was tbe Vir- 
ginia ^te Penitentiary 
500 Sprii« Street, Riek- 
moed, Virgiatt aKI Oat 
tbe last known address of 
tbe natural mother, Lily 
Colem Wtttrow, is on- 
known to yow ^itimers, 
it is accordt^Iy. 

ADJUDGED, (XtDERED 
and DECREED that tbe na- 
tvral ^rents of Patricia 
Ana Wtttrow, namely Itev- 
td Louis Wlttrow, m and 
Lily Coleen Withrow, ap- 
pMr before this C^rt 
within ten days after ^- 



(WDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of tte 

Circuit Court of tte City 

of Virginia Beach, on tte 

6tt day of January, 1975. 

Charles Fraiddin Riley, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Jane EUzabett Riley, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
is to obtatt a divorce a 
mensa et tboro from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion. 
And an affidavit having been 
made and fil«l that tte de- 
fentant is a non-resident 
of tte State of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
address being: c/o ^ler- 
bome Ho«se, Swrbome, 
■ear Cheltenbaffl, Glou- 
cester, Ei«land, G1543DZ 
it is ordered that she do 
aivear here within ten (10) 
days after doe pid>licati(» 
hereof, and do what may 
be necessary to protect 
her Interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
R(rt)ert Lee Simpson, Atty. 
3500 Va. Beach, Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

Jan. 15, 22, 29, Feb. 5 4t 



OSmS. OF PUBLICATION 
Id the Cleric's Office of tte 
Circuit Cwrt of tte City of 
Virginia Beach, on tte 9tt 
day of JaiMary, 1975. 
Raby Editt Gilliam, 

afidiat 

Walter J^n Gilliam, 

Detenteot. 

The rtjject of ttis suit is 
to (4>tain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from tte 
said defendant, upon tte 
groimds of two years se- 
paratton. 

And Ml ^Atavit having be^ 
made and filed that itoe di- 
l^race las been used by 
ot la behalf of tte Com- 
plainant to ascertain in 
wUcb cooty or emvm- 
tlM tte (Mndant is, witt- 
oat effect, ttt last kaova 
p(St offi«! Midress being: 
Honey Grove B«d, Vir- 
gtubi Bm;h, Vir^Bia it Is 
orders tet he do a^s^r 
here wltUa tm (10) <tays 
after doe iMlication hereof, 
aad do what may be u- 
Kssary to protect his in- 
terwt in tUs swit. 
A ovy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRES: CLERK. 
Broyles, McKMry * Oor- 



rjf.Atty. 

Hcific Ave. A 35tt St.. 

Virginia Beach. Virginia 

Jaa. 15, 22, 29, FA. S 4t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
Virginia 
VIRGimA 

Df THE CLERK'S OFFICE 
OF THE JUVENILE AND 
DOMESTIC RELA'nONS 
COURT OF THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH, ON 
THE 6tt DAY OF JAN- 
UARY, 1975. 

COMMONWEALTH OF 
VIRGINIA 

la re: Michael James 
Bottoms * 

Tbe (*Ject of ttis pro- 
ceeding is to separate tte 
above named infant. Child 
of Ed Springer k Connie 
R.C. Bottoms, permanent- 
ly from its parent, 
parents,- or guardian and 
to commit said infant to 
the care and custody of 
the Virginia Beach Depart- 
ment of Social Services 
Witt tbe right of said agen- 
cy to consent to tte in- 
fant's adoption. 

And an affidavit havii« 
been made and filed that 
Ed ^ringer k Connie R. 
C. Bottoms are a pn^r 
party to this proceeding 
bat due diligence has l>een 
used to ascertain in what 
county or corporaticm he 
is, without effect, it is 
ORDERED that Ed Sprin- 
ger k Connie R. C. Bot- 
toms do appear here witt- 
in 10 days after due pub- 
lication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to 
. protect tteir interest in 
this suit. 

A COPY TESTE; Gerald 
F. Williams, Clerk 
Virginia Dowdy 
Va. Beacfa Dept. of Social 
Services Petitioner 
Kathy S. Brothers 
Deputy Clerk 

Jan. 8, IS, 22, 29 4t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

la the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of tte City of 

Virginia B«tch, on tbe 3rd 

day of January, 1975. 

Patricia C. Bnmson, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Thomas Lee Bronsoa, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
cnlo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grtrawto 



made and filed that due 
diligence has been used by 
or in behalf of tte Com- 
plainant to ascertain to 
iddch county or o>r- 
poration tte defendant is, 
wittont effect, the last 
known post office address 
being: 4028-F Decatur 
Drive, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia it is ordered that 
he do aHiear here within 
ten (10) days after due 
publicaUon l^reof, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A avy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Osie H. Gay, Jr. 
2S71 River Road 
Va. Beach, Va. 

Jan. 8, 15, 22, 29 4t 



ttoa 1, Eastwood Manor, 
2228 N. Lakeside Drive. 
LyuhavM BoroagL 

2. UcUer Realty C^., Inc. 
reverts a variance of 10 
feet to a "^ setback from 
Atlantic Avenae (West 
pn^rty line) and a "0" 
setback from tte Board- 
w^ (^st prc^rty line) 
ittrt^d (tf a 10 foot set- 
back each as required and 
a variance to waive tte 
TVf^m aa site parking 

I spaces for retail aiKi re- 
staiirant uses mi Lot 5, 
Block 19, Virginia BMcb 
Development Corporation, 
1908 - 1905 AtlantiG Ave- 
nae. Virginia Beach Bor- 

001$.. 

3. John D. and Sarah F. 
Standi request a variance 
of 2 feet 9 inches to a 
7 foot 3 inch side yard 
settack (west pnqierty 
line) instead of 10 feet 
as required of lot 16, Fir- 
st Colonial Estates, 901 
Gleafield Court. Lyiih- 
teven Borough. 

4. Joliad R»lty Company 
requests a variance to al- 
low parking in the requir- 
ed setback from a street 
where pnridbited and to 
waive tte required 1^- 
soqiing in tte setback on 
Parcel 38-A, Airport In- 
dustrial Park, 1536 Air 
Rail Avenue. Bayside Bor- 
ough. 

5. WUliam J. Kirby (Ccm- 
tract Owner) requens an 
excqition, to peraiit tte 
extention of the B-2(Com- 
muity Business iMstrict) 
boaadary 20 feet north to 
Qie norttem pn^rty line 
on a 40 foot by 100 foot 
closed portion of Coronet 
Avenue (formerly Wayne 
Avenue - closed Novemter 
18, 1974), Chesapeake 
Shores, Pleasure Rouse 
Road and Corpo^ Avenue. 
Bayside Borough. 

6. City of Virginia Beach, 
Department (rf Public Ut- 
ilities requests a variance 
of 16 feet to a 14 foot 
front yard setback ttstead 
of 30 feet as required and 
of 2.5 feet to a 12.5 foot 
side yard setltack (east 
property line) and of 5 
feet to a 10 foot side yard 
s^hack (west pnqierty 
line) instead of 15 fe«t 
each as re<piired on part 
of lot 21, Little Neck VU- 
lage, 645 Johnson Street. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 
PLEASE MAKE NOTE OF 
THE CHANGE OF LOCA- 
TION. 

ALL APPLICANTS MUST 
/,^APyggt BEFORE THE 

W. L. Towers 
Secretary 

Jan. 15, 22 2t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
la tte Cleit's Office of the 
Circuit Coart of the City of 
Virgiata Brach, cm tte 3rd 
day of Jannary, 1975. 
Christina Kay Linde, 
Plaintiff, 
agattst 

Ramkilph E. Linde, 
Defendant. 

Tte dDject of this suit 
U to obtain a divorce a 
mensa et ttero, to te tater 
merged into a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
tte said defendant, upon tte 
grounds of desertion. 
And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that tte de- 
fendant is a non-resident 
of tte State of Virginia, the 
last kixmn post office 
address being: 514 44tt 
Street, Brooklyn, Hew York 
11220 it is ordered that te 
do appear here within ten 
(10) days after due publi- 
catlm tereof , and do what 
may te necessary to pro- 
tect his interest in ttis 
rait. 

A nipy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FEHTOESS: CLERK 
CMe R. Gay, Jr. Atty. 
am River Road 
Virginta Beach, Virginta 

Jan. 8, IS, 22, 29 4t 



NOTICE OF 
PUBLIC HEARING 
Tte Virginta Beach Board 
of Zcaing A[^>eals will 
conduct a Public Hearing 
OB Wednesday, February 
5, 1975. at 7:30 P.M. in 
Circuit Court Room #5, 
City Hall, Virginta Beach, 
Virginia. Tte foUowta^ 
applications will appear oi 
tte agenda. 

PLEASE MAKE NOTE OF 
THE CHANGE OF LO- 
CATION. 

1. RoIaiKi M. Ttom|»(m 
requests a variance of 3 
fe^ to a 7 foot side yart 
settack (east property 
Uae) instead of 10 feet 
u rei^red ot lot 8, Sec- 



ORDER OF PUBLICA'nON 

In tte Cleit's Office of tte 

Circuit Court of tte City 

of Viifiata Beach, on tte 

23rd day of Decemter, 

1974. 

Donna Seace aerner. 

Plaintiff, 

apdnst 

Gary M. Steraer, 

D^eadant. 

tte object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
flncoto autrimaiil from 
tte said d^adart, qxmtte 
growds of desertiott. 

And an affidavit having 
bera made and filed that 
tte d^oKtant is a nm- 
re^ot) ot tte State of 
Virginta, tte last known 
post office address being: 
§195 S. W. 6«a Av^, 
Mtaml, Florid it U or- 
dered that te do afipnr 
tere within 10 (lea) teys 
after due ptdtlicattoa tere* 
(rf, and do vtat nay te 
necessary to pitrtect Us 
l^rest in this suit. 
A MW-Teste: JOHN V. 
PENTOESS: CLEM 
SOBnte G. CiMejt, p.q. 
147 Gra^ %«rt, ^te 
^2 p.q. 
Norfolk, Vlrgtaia 23510 

Jaa. 1, 8, IS, 22 « 



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ORDER OF PUBI^A-nCMi 
In tte Clerk's (^ce (rf tte 



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Cittmx coort of tteCity 

of Vlrgiila BMch M tte 

ISril <^ of DeceBber, 

1974. 

Ctailes Allen SnydM-, B, 

Plalatiff, 

againat 

IMxnrah Lee Perry Snyder^ 

Defendnnt. 

Tte el^eet of iM« Mlt 
ta to (Mate a divoree a 
viaealo MttrlausM tnm 
tte aaid defaa^opaatte 
gromds fi< ilnertm. 

And aa afAdavtt tavttg 
beea nail and Uad ttat 
tte d^niart te a aoa- 
resbM (rf tte SMe <A 
Virginta. tte last kaown 
post <^cc addrws teteg: 
62 Atb«s Um, MMMt 
Morris, MicUpa it te or- 
dered ttet ate do vpear 
here witUa tea n<Q days 
after (tee p rti l i ca t i on tere- 
of, aad do wtet may te 
aeceaaary to |M4teet ter 
iitfetest te ikte aiA. 
A copi-Teste: iOm V. 
FENTSE88: CLERK 
Barrow A Lowe 
3104 Are^ Avemw, Va. 
214S1 

Jan. 1, 8, 15, 22 « 



09SE& OF PUBLICATK)N 

ta tte Clerk's Office of tbe 

Circuit Court of tte city of 

Virginta Beach, on tte 23rd 

day of Decemter, 1974. 

Jack Steven Pelti, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Liada-Le Margaret Lacot 

Pelte, 

D^eodant. 

The object of this suit 
te to (Main a divorce a 
mensa et ttero to te mer- 
ged into a divorce a vin^ 
calo natrimooii from tte 
■aid defendant, vpon tte 
groonds of desertion on 
M>ril 9, 1974. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
tte defendant 10204 West 
96tt Terrace, IF, OverUnd 
Park, Kansas 66212 it te 
ordered ttet Ae do appear 
tere within tea hof (teys 
after due pritlieatioa tere- 
of, and do wtet may te 
Mcessary to protect ter 
interest in this suit. 
A ccw-Teste: JOHN V. 
FSNTRESS CLERK 
Christie A Cotterman 
Suite 515 Bk. of Va. 
Boilding p.q. 
Norfolk, Virgiiria 23S10 

Jan. 1, 8, 15, 22 4t 



OSO^ Of raBUCATK» 
te tte CTerk'a Office (A 
tte Cireatt Court of tte City 
ot Viii^ Beach, oa tte 
ITtt dtoy (rf Decoidier, 
1974. 

8eUiHitctell.Jr., 
PtoMHf, 
against 

Limte L. MtttdKll. 
DefMdaat. 

, Tte object of Oris suit 
a to oMate a divorce a 
(viacato nutrlmonU on tte 
gromib of scparsttoa for 
^ a two and atoreTearMr- 
lod and/or deacnloB mnn 
tte Mill defeadaat. 
And aa affidavit t>vlog beea 
made nd fUed ud ttat 
dae diligeiKe hasbecBOsed 
by tte Compkiaant to as- 
certete te wtet county, 
miaiic|mUty or corpor- 
atloa tte Def eaitest resides 
te, vitbout effect, as tte 
Cotaplainant terete (te- 
posaa, tte last known post 
office addTMB teteg: Cy- 
pnm Coort Apte. ^. #3, 
1911 19tt*PaeUlc{b«^, 
Vin^ate Beadi, Tffginte 
It te ordered ttet ate do 
appear bare wltUa tea flO) 
itays after doe pobUcatioo 
teriart, aad do wtetiuyte 
aeeaiaan to prated ter 
Interest tetttesrit. 
A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
Boyee A SpaaooUs 
106 R. Ptaaa Trail 
Va. Beach, Va. 

Jaa. 1, 8, 15, 22, 4t 



OROBR 
VOtGOflA: Of THK 
CLESK'SOFnCtOF'TOE 

ciscurr COURT of the 
cmr OF viiKJiHiA 

BEi^B, (Ml THE 27ttDAY 

OF December, 1974. 

te re: Adoption of Donald 

Lee Bafflman and Rlcterd 

Sf^Hamaaa 

By: Barlaa JttSM Eqgel 

and JacqaeUae Marie (Lee) 

EiH^l Pdltioaers 

To: George Clifford Bua- 



7925 Atalea Giiden Ro^ 
Norfolk, Virgiata 
b Cbaaeery 
#C74-532 

lite day came Harlan 
James Engel and Jac- 
qiMUM Marie (Lee) Engel, 
PetW(»ers, aad rq>re- 
serie(| ttat tte direct <a 
ttte pnmedlng te to ef- 
fect tte adoptiaa (A tte 
above aamed lateBt(s), 
Donald Lee BamiaaB and 
Richard Scott Hamman, by 
Harlaa Junes &igel and 
Jao«BeUae Marie (L«e)En- 
Jacfaeliae Marie (L^) 
Engel, tadMLBd and wite, 
and aflbtevit teviat been 
laade aad filed ttat Getnrge 
Clifford Hamnun,aaataral 
parent of saki eUld(r«B), 
te a resldert ot tte ^te 
<A VirgUa, tte last known 
p^ (^ee address bdng: 
turn Asaltt Gard» Rfltf , 
Roiicrtk. Virgiata. 

It te tterefore Orfered 
ttat tte said George CUf- 
ford Bannuu! app«r te- 
tore Ws C<wrt wiCUa ten 
(10) ^in ^r pMieation 
d ttte (Miet and indicate 
hte ittttade toward tte pro- 
posed adoption, or otlier- 
wise do wtet is necessary 
to protect hte interest in 
tbte natter. 
Acqqrteste: 

Jote V. Fentress, Clerk 
Fine, Fine, Legum A Fine 
720 Uw Bl(%. 
Norfidk, Virginta p.q. 

Dec. 1, 8, 15, 22, 4i 



Tte ^. Jaa. 15, 1975-B-S 

TUi (te| cane Lrama. 
Darleae VAm and Rotert'; 
Lae Vise, PMitioaers, aad ' 
np^eated ttat tte ob-^ 
}td of ttte procead- * 

teg te to effect the wiop-I 
Hon (tf tte tfova nmcdi 
iateat (s), Tanya Lea Wise. 
bf Enma Darlrae Wteel 
and R<tert Lee Wise, bus-^ 
band Md wUe, and affi-^ 
davtt teviag be«i madeand' 
filed ttat Glenn E. Uw- 
soB, a utoral parent ol^ 
Mid child (ren), is a non-';; 
rai^ of Ow mx of Vir- 
^nta, tte last kaowa pi»tf 
(Mce address teiag: U^ 
Delta FPO San Francisco.* 
it te ttei^re Ordered ttet^ 
tte said Gten E. Wso^ 
apoear before this Coartf> 
wittte ten (10) days after; 
pid>lication of tUs Order 
and indicate his/her atti-^ 
tode toward tte pn^se* 
adoptioB, or otterewise do' 
wtet is necessary to pro-; 
tect his interest te ttifc 
matter. t 

A can teste: '0^ V. Fen- 
tress, dark 

Jaa; 1, 8, 15. 22 4t . ; 



(«DER 

vnKinnA: in the 

CLraK-S OFFICE OF THE 
CIiK:mT OOUHT OF WE 

ciTi or v»3niiA 

BEACR. ON TBE 20 DAY 
OF DECEMBER, 1974. 
b rer Adopttea (rf a ehUd 
to te aaited Taajm 
Laa «te«, an Itfut. by 
EttiM DarMe Wise and 
Botert Lm wtea, 

PetUteBers 

To: Gtem E. Lawsm 

USSB^ 

FPO&aFnndaai 



cmm OP puBLicA-noif 

te tte Cterk's Office 
df tte Circuit Coort of tbj 
City of Virginta Beach; 
on tte ITtt day of De* 
cefflter, 1974. I 

Donald W. Reese, ; 

Plaintiff. . 

■pii^ : 

Karen L. Reese, - — 
Defendant. 

Tte object of this suit 
te to obtate a divorce at 
viacato matrimonii fr(wi 
tte said defendant, upon 
tte grounds of desertion.- 

And an affidavit having; 
be^n made and filed ttet 
tte defendant te a non-t 
resident of tte State (^ 
Virgil^, tte last known 
post office address being-.| 
Roote 2 Bos 60S, Monga-] 
tete, Penn. it is ordered! 
ttat ste do appear ber€^ 
withte ten (10) days aften 
dae pobUcatlon tere<rf, torn 
do wtet may te Becessan| 
to protect ber iilerest ii^ 
tUssott. 

A copy-Teste: JOHN y^ 
FENTRESS: CLERK i 

Jeffrey G. Haversoe, Atty.f 
wn Ptaza One Bldg. « 
Norfolk, Va., ^ 

» 
Dec. 25, Jan. 1, 8, 15 41^ 



ORDEfe OF PUBUCATK»r, 
te tte Clerk's Office* 
of tte Circuit Coort of| 
tte City of Virginta Beach,! 
on tte 16tt day of Decem-*' 
ber, 1974. \ 

Duiid Denver Ctark, I 
PtateUff, i 

uaiast f 

Itory E. Nicklos Ctark,*; 
D^ndant. | 

Tte object of this sui^ 
ta to cMate a divorce af 
vlhcnlo Matrimonii from^ 
tte said defeadaat, upon ttei 
gronads ot Ifviag separ-l 
ate aad apart for OM>re| 
ttantvoyaars. I 

Aad aa aflktevlt tevtegi 
been nwte aad filed ttet| 
tte defendCtat te a non- j 
redded of tte State of^ 
Viiginta, tba test kunrn* 
p09t (tffice address teing:'>. 
9801 Rosaryville Road,5 
Upper MarUxm), Mary-« 
land it te entered ttet^ 
ste do appear tere with- J 
te ten (10) days after dne« 
pebUcation tereof, and do* 
itet maf te necessary toj 
IHHtect ter interest in this' 
nit. 't 

A (»Rf- Teste: JOHN V.* 
FENTRES: CLERK < 

Bridges, Hammers A Hod-* 
gtes p.q. » 

1369 Laskte Road 
Va. Beach, Va. : 

Dec. 25, Jan. 1, 8, IS 4t' 



ORDER '■< 

ViraiNIA: IN the; 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
CIRCUIT COURT OF T8B» 

cmr OF vKGnnj^ 

BEACR, ON IIIE 22ni| 
DAY OF OCTOBER, 1974i 
to re: ktoftiOD of Dar-' 
rta S. Lane , ' 

By: Matthew E. Waro,Jri 
ftUtioaers *, 



Addrras Uidoiown * 

te Chancery i 

#C-74- 14444 I 

Thte day came Mattbe# 
E. Waro, Jr. and, Petlt-i 
loners, and representeit 
that tte object ^ttis ih^-^ 
ceediag te to eOecA ttead-t 
optian of tte above asm-* 
ed intent (s), Darrin S.I 
Lane, by Matthew E. Waro^ 
Jr. and, boaband and wite^. 
aad affidavit teving bee£ 
made and filed that Rod-> 
aey W. Laro, a nateiah 
parMi et said cUU. i^ 
a aan-joaldeat of tte State* 
of Vtfgteia. tte tot kaowig 
put sOca addr^ teiag:^ 
Uafeaova it te tterefore* 
Ofiterad ttat tte said Rod-< 
ms W. Lane appnr te-^ 
bra tMs Owrt wittte tea; 
(10) ^ys after pabUcattoo. 
ot Ms Orfcr aad indicate^ 
hU rilttn^ toward Ok pro-' 
pMM adopHoB, (H- otter-# 
iriH do lAat te aecessaryf 
to protect Us taterest in> 
tttemcKer. 

A«an't^«: 

Min V. Fertress, Cterfc: 

Witttea F. Bwasite p.q.: 

eiLasUnRoad 

Virgil Beadi, VirgWa; 

Dec. 25, Jan. 1, 8, IS. 4t 




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VA. BEACH aLVER 
SALES - SUrar BuUioa 
immediate p os e s sto n lOOot 
Bars or Less. Phone 464- 
M50 (or tffoMmmA. 



GROW YOUR OWN FRUIT. 
Free copy 4a-pg. Plantidi 
Guide Catalog in color, irf- 
tered by Virgima's largest 
(rowers of fruit trees, nut 
trees, berry plants, gr^ie 
vines, landscaiwig plant 
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REDDCE SAFE AMD FAST 
wjtti, GtAese Taldets A 
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WWmG A1»D ALTERA- 
tkms - Aajr type or sew- 
tog. ewa K it tmms la- 
possiNe, I on doit. 4M' 
7371. 



VAGINIA 
STUD R»SISTRY 

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CAU 424-2174 
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3-8pecial Notices 



HAVE y(WR PUNO TUN- 
ad - at a SPECUL rate! 
$tO.. Call 340-0590 forip- 
pjOtntmerts. ^_ 

LOSE WEIGHT with NEW 
SHAPE CAPSULES a«lll>- 
dre» Water Pills at jwar 
dryg store. 



MKL 

TAX SERVICE 

VOURTtKMdon* 
In "YOUR HOMEI*- 

SMCMniinf bi til farm of 
nmiUM DMucttant 



SAVINO vMr Mm MM gnl 

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FART TMEBOOKKEEP- 
ii^ - for small business- 
es, business, psyrtdl sad 
personal taxes, pick up and 
Su«r. Call 490-243« af- 
ter 6^ 

SEWING MACHINE SER- 
vice headquarters - All 
makes, models, new, used, 
reboilt. 3371 E. Princess 
Auw Ifal.,,GleB Cordle, 30 
fears- experience, 8S7- 



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U-A Htomlbiles lor Sste 

VOLKSWAGEN . im POP 
Top Custom camper, nev- 
I]r rebuilt 1972 engine, new 
tires, al>tn excellent con- 
ditioo Call 42<-3429 or 
421-8213. 



VOLKSWAGEIK 
Laigc selectioe d used 
Vidkswagens, most models 
me^ colors. 100 per cent 
g«tranteed. BankHnanctng 
credit approved by pkone. 
VICTMIY VOUCSWAGEH 
UOt Victory Bl»d. Ports. 
: Jt1-l«8 ''^ •"■;■ 

T972 OLtiS - TORNADO, 
pnle yfUpw with vinyl top. 
Fally eqniped, new tires. 
EfceUent caadition. Priced 
for quick sale. $2,500. CaU 
424-4507 - aiter 6 p.m. 
to 10:K) p.m. 

CHEVT BELAIR - 1973 
Station Wagon, 3 seater, 
12,500 miles, fiiU power, 
will consider trade on sm- 
an«- auto, 416-1959. 
S-1-29 



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34-Help Warned 



ARE YOU SICK AND TIRED 
of working, for someone 
else? U so eaU 426-^160 
after 6 p.m. 

MASSAGE GIRL 

«175 WraCLY 

GUARANTEE 

No experience necessary, 
will train 18 or over. Bus- 
iness Man's Massage & 
B^th Sft. 857-5011. 



EXCITING 
OPPORTUNITY 

EstabUshisg new branch of 
Sarah Coventry. Fall or 
part time r^rescittatives 
■eeded to start immediate- 
Ijr, no investment, good 
caflimissioa, CaU 

499-6468 or 497-8479 



LOOKING FOR PEOPLE 
a*o mat to earn $100 to 
$400 a month, part time 
basis. For informatioa call 
497-4511 

BILINGUAL VOLlN 
teers-The Virgiaia Beach 
School System is interest- 
ed ia obtaining the ser- 
vices of m^^m (English 
as aflue^seeaBdlangnge) 
volunteers to assist stud- 
ents new to this country. 
Interested indivl- 
dnals should contact Mr. 
Jackson at 427-45IS. 



CASHIER 

RECEPTIONIST 

$140 Week guaranteed sa- 
lary. Jfo experience neces- 
sary. 

•57.50 1 « 



Qm/am - cacm 

director - Part time 1, 
choir, two services, pteme 
340-5306 weekdays, 900 
AM to 12:30 P.M. 



JEWELRY SALES IW 
IIfVBTMEjrr-424-n»i 



M-HelO WanlMi 



LADr TO PREPARE 
ercriag meal, Monday thru 
Thars., my home orjwurs. 
Kempsvill area. 499-9560 
or 490-0149. 



10 WOMEN 
AM) MEN 
WANTH> 

Local concern now hiring 
for good paying jobs, plus 
company benefits, ho ex- 
perience necessary. For 
afpoMmoA Call 499- 
2763. 



NEEDED AT ONa 

2AAB4 

I WOMAN 

To fill recently created 
posttions. For full in- 
formation CaU 499-2763. 



NEW JOBS 
WAITRESS - HOSTESS 

EXPERIENa 
PRffStRB) 

Will train in new position, 
$610 month guarantee. 
Must be able to start work 
iiamedlatly. This is not 
restaurant work. Call 499- 
2763. 



HELP WANTED -SALES 
■en, Full time. Ches- 
apeake Post, Virginia 
Beach Sun, Chnrchlaad 
Pictorial. If you can sell 
we can make you a news- 
paperman or woman. If you 
like telephone selling yM 
are also invited to apply. 
We are an expanding com- 
m^ty newspaper group. 
Tte fWure looks great. 
TUs is a foogrange growth 
(oiiporblnlliUtfArVtle ^IgMt 
|)erson. Sales aptitude ab- 
solutely ess«Ual. We want 
to talk to peofde who are 
positively m(^vated to be 
saccessful. Prior sales 
experience required. Write 
Byerly Newspapers, P.O. 
Box 1327, Ctesapeake, Vir- 
ginia 23320; % Mr Bly. 
(Tell BS why you can hand- 
le the job - write today.) 

PART TIME SALESMAN - 
selling to small busi- 
nesses - NEW item - BIG 
■eed. Commissions paid 
weekly. Call Thursday Jan. 
16th between 6 A 9 PM. 
424-5127. 



*a(MiEW(HtKESS WANTED 
Df THIS AREA:' men, wo- 
men, stiidents. No mqier- 
ience necessary; sinffiag A 
addressing envelopes 

(Commission Mailers ) 
Earn sparetime money at.- 
home. $100.00 weekly pM- 
sible Send $1.00 (refuad- 
altle) and long, stamped en- 
velope for details; PPS- 
392, 216 Jackson M12, Chi- 
cago60606. 

RALIEGH PRODUCTS DB- 
tribtdors wanted- Full or 
part time. Also excellant 
Bunagement opportunities 
available. Call or Write - 
sales Interprises, 4968 
Holland Rd., Va. Beach, 
23462. PlMme 588-3854 
from U:AM to 3:PM only. 

36-Jobs Warned 



WILL BABYSIT IN MY 
home - Merrifield ar^ 
Fenced yard, hot lunches, 
aU ages. 4M-5638. 

SEWING AT IK)ME* 
clothes for little Girls and 
Women. Will hem, no al- 
terations. (ChorcUand 
area) 484-9535 



TYPING - MANUSCRIPTS, 
My home, experienced, 
reasonable. 420-9584. 

laLL BABYSIT IN MY 
home * Ardmore Sectfon, 
Ctesapeake. Hot Lunches, 
ftmeed yard, feooriy or 
weekly. 545-2332. 



BABYSITTING IN MY 
tome - Day or Night, Gr- 
een Rm Area, Hot meals, 
Playground privileges, 
427-6835. 
S-1-29 

WILL BABYST IN MY 
bome-Mmday through Fri- 
day. Great Bridge Area. 
482-149Z 

CHILDCARE IN MY 
Christian home for work- 
ing mothers, hot meals, 
fMced yard, Pbcme 340- 
3687 after S. 

*ILL BABYSIT F« 
woitiag Mottn-. Doedta 
CUurcUand. All ages 484- 

na 

^ABYSnmiG - BY THE 
hour, anytime, itey or ni- 
ght, exc^ Tuesday Itom- 
ta^, Mas Apts. irm, 

Mo-sm. 



36-Jobs Wasted 



BABYSITTING - MY 
home, > Aragona ViDage, 
rtfereaces, reasoMUe 
rate, 497-7893. 

«1LL BABYST IN MY 
hoiM wetiHiajrs. Fenced 
jwrd, Taylor Wood Esttfes. 
Ctarchlaad trm, Ches- 
apeake. M8-90I7 



ECONOMIZE 

't lhro« it away - 
K rasMdM, rellMd, 

KMC. Itoasomte, 
Call 48^9428 



DOG GROOMING 

All Breeds - Experienced 
A have grtXMned profess - 
ionaUy in 4 states. Rea- 
smalrie. no tranquUiwrs. 
Tender care. 483-279) 



am. Cats. OIker P^* 

mV^BS UASA AfSD, 
oeriMal erior aadqnmrt 
"i^lfif brec#M|. Priced 
from ^00 to »M. CaU 
«4-ai»6. , 

BRITTANY SPANIEL 

nqi^es-ClHnqrfoa sire a 
B^ wtaaer, Dam is w- 
tlaul field cham^oB sired. 
Prefer 
547-4l». 

48-ItorsM, Catt le, etc. 

REGISTERED, BLACK 
iHgm, Wtt <!aliws or ear- 
riair calves. Uaal iavMt- 
■eat. 420-1747, 420-2103 

HOR&ci) t^. .ML.D AND 
trained-Great Bridge area. 
$75 per month. For iafor- 
matkiB call tt2-4035. 




IS-BustMas OviMrtaaikIss 



START YOUR OWN - MA- 
gic Mist Carpet Cleaning 
business, be your own 
Ixss, low investment, high 
profit for ambttUius per- 
son doly. 425-8065:* 



OFFSET PRINTING - IF 
you want a newspaper or 
circular printed tiie econ- 
omical offset way, check 
with Byerly Publications. 
Lowest prices in Tide- 
water. Composition ser- 
vices. Call Gene Wen- 
dorl - 547-4571 or Nor- 
ris Bly 627-5020 for no 
obli^tion (picrtatios. 



43-L0(slJpitE; cusses 

INSTRUCTION CLASStS" 

Norses Aides - Orderties - 
Oak HiU Medical Training 
School, Great Bridgf . 547- 
5156. 



PROHSSIONAL 
SKY DIVING 

INSTRUCTIONS 

Grouad Traiaiag 



Rorf^ Saglanl Air 

Tcraataal 
Frt. evtalac, Jaa 17, 1^5 
7 P.M. 8m- luttar ta- 
tormUM call K7-3S61 



TIDEWATER 

BI»ADCASmG 

SCHOOL 

Radio Announcing 
1st CLASS FCC LICENSING 
6U8 Virginia Beach Blvd 

NorfoU. Va. 499-62 1 1 



44-Mwic, Dance, Drama 

PIANO LESSONS - BEGIN- 
ners only. Just $10 per 
month. Merrifield Area. 
Call 484-8064. 



DRUM LESSONS 

By 

aroa ftrofostional 

Call Mr. Hilt 

428-6597 




ren- 

UVUTOCE 



47-DoRs, Cats, Other Pets 

THOROUGHBRED PERS- 
tan cat. Neutered crean 
colored make. Oeclawed. 
Batfifol. AsklBg ISO. 
Call 488-S<n« 



PART SUMESEKITTENS- 
one female. Muffins. 2 
males, Ta{»ey A Jingles. 
8 weeks. I^rsonility jplas. 
Adopt thnn by ealli^ U4- 
9188 betweM 2:36 am - 
9:30 |». 



V irf inlo-Civolina 
Tiro Co., Inc. 

Tho Sfraiflfit Tdk 
Tiro Poepio 



ssct m^wai' iM 
atOttOnwa. 
Phaae 547-1197 



FOR SALE - CULUGAN 
marie 2 water aoftaer. Good 
as new. $75. CaU «2- 
2341 after 4:30. 



ATTENTION 

Churcho6& Schoob 

■ 97S<^oolDesk 

• 40WoodKindergardeo 

Chairs 
•25 Chairs-Desk Arm 

REASONABLE miCED 

393-4S63 or 4a4-ni9 



OKE CALORIC DELUXE 
bottle gas range: one Cole 
ordinal hot blast coal heat- 
er. Each $65. Clean, good 
482-1917. 



ST. MATTHEWS THRIFT 
Shop - 3316 Sandra Lane, 
Sbern Park, Va. Beach. 

i 9:00 am to U:ee am Mta- 

- day through Friday. 



CARPET 

ONLY'U9 

3 rooou of 100 perMot 
coaiiaoM lUaneirt nykm 
carpet; price iaclades ear- 
pet, padding and waU-to- 
toU iastaUatiaa (up to 300 
sq. ft.); aHorted ctdors. 
CaU iM- free hone show- 
tag of saaqdes, 853-4301. 
Terms availiatde 
UNCLAIMED FROGHT 

lS4t4-4> IhHTief'AM. 



C0U.Km)R8 ITEMS - 
Three $0/30 Wiadwster 
CenlciiriaU. U66 Aaeri- 
eaa Ceaten^l, $$60; <^- 
adian Ceoteanial, 97S; aad 
Buftk) MU, $179. All for 
$600. C^ 4M-4S07 after 
6pm to »:SOp.a. 



51A-Aatiqnes 

ESTATE SALE - GLASS- 
ware and dishes from 2 
Mtates, also wicker 
pieces, pine kitchea caU- 
nets, waln«t qu e wi si«ebe|te 
rosewood eabinrt, oakeorW 
oer hall rack, signed Wave- 
crest, pressed glass, china 
Rookwood, lois <rf brie- 
abrac, plant stand, tnmks, 
quilts, bisque A chiaadirils, 
gold jewelry, ets. Iteltaa's 
Antiques, 4201 ladlaaRiver 
Rd., Phoae 4a>-89U, 420- 
5117. We buy anything old. 
S-1-29 



* VBEE am. 

NEW UKATKHI 

i6« Cravted St. 

(EntarApark 929 Wavy n.) 

Same racial hwfalaa. 

DESKS INC 
397.7BB3 



59-Firewood 



rmemxs) - m fmi 

approx. 1/2 oRtltardwood 
driivered. Great Bri<^, 
Indian River, and Kempc- 
viUe Area only. 4^-(SU 

60-Lawn and GardM 



T<» StML -' BLACK EX- 
qMtte, ssO, mMvcryinl; 
also saad, tisd balMert 
HUing. Call 567-9077 or 
587-K34. 



PRODUCT 
PMPBS 



ter- 
eoalmiaes. 



forget 'me 
oktst, as, 
tarlttw, 

DA^VISftLARRIVS 
ASSOCIATES 

490-31S4 



64-WWtE SKRVlCBi 

SANOMi A «El>*Lw.Hill«: 
H»dnae« Plaora m m. 
eqiericK^, faae ^laates 
l»)-6474aftcr6D.m. 

PAmnm - extermr. 

iilwiar, t09 wofk, hMM 
pries, also wort ^mt- 
uleed. alsomlaori^alrs, 
taw reaaoa^le. 497-Ma 



eSA-MMle Horns for Sut 



TRAILER -2Ba«0Me 
Nicely tarnished, frata- 
nttR toei rUttM tt «w» - 
■er. (Vattrvtow aMTM). 
Craady, N.C. 547-4571 or 
424-4»>7 after $^ 



tamandOHtfw ^ 

ONWANTEO aUKEROTS 
tfMr«movi«CliEAP,la- 
wred. 1M-n». 

TA. BEACH FIREFLACE 
rqialr, Maaej sweep. 
IhVtiiM, ftm^MhotB, 
npalrad. Newdampersia- 
Maltoi. Slop B|M4rt<n 
ipar^eed. Call«F'7S50. 



ELECTRICIAN - ALVHI- 
1^ wMig dktA, and 
make sale, atadrie teal 
lat^Uad. otttr aK^^kl 
TOrk, free Mila^M, <W- 

44a). 

WALLPAPEBNG - Ex- 
pert er aftsMMi a rtp , ^ar- 
Steed qaaltty, Ine mU- 
mirtes aad rMaoaAle rtf - 
es. «6-«m. 



DUPLEX - HEW 2 BED- 
roena, anlhndahed $180 
phis electric. CaU W2-125? 

86-Pbr Mater Sale 
DAVM OOUn AREA 



LOT CL£An». GRAD- 
iac. iMrtwa^af. RIA. 
BladE tof AATFUI Sand, 
Vm OM. OOZIER EN- 
TESraSES. 464- 1601, 
»t-»lt2ii^s. 

6IA:Farm tn^eaeay ,- 

ntm t rt. anjC 

HARROWS - $350 each. 
STEVEIOON 
FORD TRACTOR 
1792 8. MUitant Hwy. 
420-4220 

64-HOME SERVICES 



ImibU fori. oS^Hk Kcfcncy 

lJa9.MflMrt.409. Con- '^QO '^ 
\aA HaasMt ■e«a,466- iwautnMMSHfDMO 



tfHinp 



»OMn«MSI«OM0MII.}«3 - 



82A- iBvertaMai 



WE MEED HADLlT 
Cash paid for cameras, 
tape recorders, ster^,^ 
TV;s Band instrumeiKS,'' 
Typewriters, guns. 
LTTTMANS 
V\ ritvn>Uave.(22-6M9 




r laKui 
Cantfdil 



GET A JOB 
LEARN A aaLL 
GO TO COLLEGE 

If you qualify, you may te 
eligible lor a *^ payliy 
job that teaches you vala- 
ahte skUls. aad attheaame 
Wne pen qi to'^^f'^ 
your «Mlege iaitioB. Get 
OBS it^ ahead ri the ^ 
■ait^ aad bat the M^ 
CMt of (»Uq>e. Lnni a 
lob tor a UfotlaM aad nl 
he edMatioa vltel ia lo- 
dajT's technical world. See 
^ior looa Amy rqs-esen- 
tative. Arit aboirt Project 



Call Ctesapedte 547-7900 




SUFFOLK 
TREE 

SERVICE 

• RMiOMr9 

Ml Sorvico 
RoatwMblo Roto* 

934-1649 



lASaNtOAPArHUIW 



WAU. TO WAU. CABTET 

ROOM anue atOB 

CTOTOM BHT AU.AT80ai 

raom •84-«8i 
CARPETTOWN 



WALLPAPER • FL- 
oortag Ml laaMaviag, 
free eatla^M. nMHUhie 
ratea, CaU nt-SM. Vatt 

aa. 

S-I-29 

BUKX - WKK - roiW- 
<WioB, itepa. fln»toce. 
and harbeqne plU. 424- 
2UI. Call after 9 P.M. 

ADDITIONS - REM(H)EL- 
inf - Carpei><i7. mason- 
ry, concrete, pattos, por- 
ches, storm windows, free 
esttautes. 490-1969, nl- . 
ghU, wMkends. Phil Wnde 
340-0386. MewnsnCMi^- 
w^ionCorp. 

JANITORIAL SERVICE • 
Over IS years cxperfancs, 
free estimate, alwearpala 
cleaned, 623-3016. 

ADDITIONS - ROOFING, 
brick ud block work, re- 
pair work welcome, Ht- 
5669 or 8S7-40a. 

79-Wantsd to Real 



WANT TO RENT • 2 OR 
3 bedmoiB hoMelaCraat 
Bridge am on nice lol 
(Ada|t only) M6-7tf 1 



S4-Real Estate NiMicea 

QUKX CASH 

DoPriott - Wdloco 
Roolty 

484-2030 

For eqnilr hi your hoow, 
CaU today, no obtigatlou. 
Ray WalUce-464- 1117 
MUe Depriest-484-4343 
Don Wainwright-488-7433 

84-Rali Eaiat* Netiew 

WILL TRADE* TWO- ONE 
acre tots aear Coco Beach, 
Fla, (High, palm trees.) 
as down payment for Dup- 
IM, Bvsiaess, or house. 
CaU U4-4507 after ^ms- 
10:30pnt. 



91 -Resort Prop, for Sale 



RESORT PROPERTY FOR 
sale-Apleee e( the Atedk; 
Ocean beaehfroat, eon- 
plrte with roomy eolt^tc 
aad stiU under $50,000! 
Near Avaloe Pier 
Devtt, North Ca 
BeairtlM large dued 
Beach. MijipUt of f roiwl. 

rooai, L*ShaptdPardi, tiro 
commmlaa. ihower iutde 
and oiritside, pnnaM fr«at 
room aad dbilag room. New 
roitf, new water heater, 
electric stove wired for 
220, eoBirietely AiniAed 
frtim rage m the floor to 
pictures on the wall. Nat 
across the rtuid IroB 
h«ch. (It really is ortae 
oeeaa froirtage!) Cash 
prieeJ4$,^. Ton finance 
«- arrange for It. CaU 
4fi-04M 



Local Meviiis 

Specialising in 
Hoaachold FURIOTURE 
A once Faraltare 

j.w!forman 

&SONS 
(Irwffod) 
4f6-t279 



TRAILER - 2 BEOItOOM 
Wedgewood, 10x90 on 
stay on l«L Cfeaa. 421- 
22». 



<l-B«s. places tor 



CHESAPEAKE BLVD., 
3405- Aay type Of 
or stim«e. S«$-ll»9 

86-For Sale Va. 



SEA 



KEMPSVOXE V 6 
rooms brick ranSi with 

AlUMIMIM OUTTBI$ h««Hi n^ ud *ttach«i 



AlamlttOB k Vinyl skttag. 
SMisfted customers are 
wr references. ShM) A 
eonpare! 

it3-iim 

WALLPAPERlKi-PAINT- 
hK, Stafoing, Vamlshing, 
Ueripr, and Exterior. Al- 
8D DrywaU flaiahing. For 
EsUmato, call 499-0427. 

UPBOLSTRY - SUP- 
drapery work 
reasouble pricn, 
free estimates, pickiqi «ad. 
deUwry. For information' 
caU 499-5ia. 



je. VA, 4M-3I22 at 
411-6772. DAVE MILLER 
REALTY. 

S-t-29. 



91- 



EDGEWATER - OCEAN-" 
fnmt, Z bedrooma, IXiiai*^ 
owner wlU fiaaaee or let' 
ase wlHi oollMi) 42I-3S2C. 
or 4M-67^rDAVE MiLLr 
ER REALTY. s 

8-1-29. 



'«^fe 



C oD v efskws -Paintings 

RX iOULOS, JR. 

ASK abool oar Pergoiss 
4H-041 1 FREE EST 



IlLE AT ITS BEST- 
Pnnpt peraoBBl aervice, 
■0 Job toolai^ or amaU, 
over n years experience. 
CaU day or aight 486- 
1128. 
8-1-29 



rf. 



HJinrs . 

■OUriCMJE 



jn. 



D^^lrSuK 

ALL Btacd Groomiag • 
COATS* HATS • BOK 

547-tOOO 

12$ WAYNE AVE. 
OmfTold Shofviag Ct4 



CtWCRETE WORK - 7S{ 
per aq. ft., mod jobs, all 

m. 487-208. 
9. 

PiK}FES^)NAL CARPET 
'fitfHat^TT - at the low- 
cal nAe, Jimmy Stepbens, 
^•4669. 

g-i-a. 

WNIE WPROVEMENT - 
BfTftH. ptfdAig, aad pal- 
■Mag date, fr«e cstlBatea, 
low priMs, SM-0264. 

IKIpM ASOTKne - 
FECIAL! • 20% <tff Ikra 
Mntry, also adUbrildsh- 
ril, yoa flniah inside, re- 
pairs of aU UmU, Taylor 
Coestmctioa, 547-2985. 
8-3-12 



AWHALT, asKxsm. - 
Fai« delivery, ready mix- 
ad cown^e, driveway and 
patfo work, carts and gid- 
ters. Master Oarge, teak 
Amerieard or C.O.D. 428- 
•204. 
S-2-19 



FURinfURE 



CREDIT 



litttleei the Jtoai^ fide?; 
NevM- had Craw belwc.r 
Are yon aev to the ar «7 
Haarlyweda? Camt flk tt. 
-Wt can haafleyow ac B p w t 
ia Matoucs, WeUteto 

vkMua ^ atortad. my 
pay more ttarn tha maarha 
haa eaih - the eUcf hu 
iak mt ^ie* tor aU. 



Cosh or Cr«dit 
Ghiick Delivery 



See &Bdy Btdin, 
reUrad Chief . ura 



FURNITURE SHOWmOIK 

$21 E. una Creek Rd.: 
5$8-S90l "^^^ 

29U 8. Mttttaryl^wy. 
487-2S01 



J 



JBmYkAMSEY 

{Ff«m» 9mm - RaaMy Bron. leocb) 

ANNOUNCES TME OPENNG I 

OF 
RAM^Y'S TIRE CO. ITD. 

3500 OoMoo WoA. Hwy. PoHsmemli 

(M FreMil BIwI.) 

397-0779 

WaCOMEl^OID & hew CUSTOMBa 

BW^ THe AD IN AND 
RECBVf 50 % 

Discoj^ ON mmmmr 



^ 



mmmmm 



JANUARY ONLY 

»1** MONTHLY? 

wicinMniMnfTiu. « 

If yiaa ivMjWMr Offia te- 
oitaM Inr f im^a m our 
ni^ km wmMhf nu* 




you CAN ENMY A 100% WiUI^ OFF FCMI 
TAX PWPCMS AUG THS nJSaULITY 
CNT A mM»A8SOPnON LEMtt 



MaUfNttSV. 




TnaiWAVyn. 



307-7883 

ransNoimaai 

4 RV^RII^nBH 



HKMBr men FiuD . CAW 

OLD GOLD.Sl£VER 

«irf Mnaom MirAU er All. KMOS 







mm 



MXUND'S HOME IMPKOVEMENTS 

UMOMd k Boated WtV Esttmates 

CuaoHs. Addttiim, HtekHU BMMiMed 
Owdf tor Triaa^, hu^e CvMMInr 
Or «ffi CMlOK iNdU eaBiaM * formic* to|M. 
MHta- « EritriOT Tria, Miac. PaiaUDc. 
Baalii«*FtaEKMu. 

nrntrr sebvice 
For p^MMl Mibaate vrite: 

ICABKIMAmiO 
m FM CiMStfil U. Lot H 



iNOUSTMAiA 
CONgnuCT^N 

JP. •ForWihs •%Kic«HMl«rs 
j^ •CranM •ChomSows 
^_^ •Pump* 

"^333 Bainbrrdgt Blvd. 

~ tr*T NORMAN DEAN MGH. 



TSSiSS^^w 



EXPERT HOUSE 
MOVilSINC 

WtBWt 

Ittck, Iriik w FriB* 

Mitylkt Irts. 

427-S7S9 Vi.lMcli,Vi. 421-ISSS 




3»1 C MrUrCAMX- HIOtjUNA V 

ResfouNiiit andTounge 
I ' • Cocktails • 

* %»«cial lunch*oii« ami DfiiiMrs 
■ FrvshSMfood • Oioic* St«aki: I 

* BonqiMl A M«*tii^ Room* availoM* ^ 

I '* Live Entertainment, f 

J Footuring Molo Doirt k 

' I l^day cmd .VriirHay in Tlio R»«l Room f 
4 A Mta Quality Kettmama 543-0426 




rn 

REALTOR 



Toylw Bfos. 
traity 

3104TynN«dilA 

IriNai^ Woodi 
ForatfMb 
CMfarGrov* 
Tcq^orwood 

484-4542 



Rf Al f STATE 

SELL-RENT 




tei cMMlcM. Km < iMdroga brick 

iMdier on loveJy •owW lot Two tatts, 
ptacled d«i with firepUte, UumJry room 
aad itUFhed |ara(e. 



261« Riter Oas Dr 
Tajrlorwood Estates 



OPEN SUNDAY 1 TO 5PM 
Frank Lawsoo 
48«-9Z93 



SAVE FOR FUTURE REFERENCE 



W.C. ROBERTSON M.D. 

ANNOUNCE THE OPB^tt^lG 

A SECOND OFFICE 

For tlie practice of (^UuamolOCT 

224 Battl«fi*ld Blvd. 

(Old Sbap^sg Center) 

Groat Bridgo, Chosapodc*, Vo. 
. Hours by appoinhiwnt 



1 Can B« Tour 
HoMul Guido." 



Forismooth 



,547-3800 
Chesaiieake 



tMO%e«d)rAve. 
Ows^wake, Va. 23320 



FOK «IICK RE^Ln 

CALL 
424-3720 



JOSEPH McCAIN 

anooonces 

Rolocotion of 



TIDEWATER 
SERVICE 
DIRECTORY 

WANT TO KNOW WHO DOES IH 




i & R CONTRACTORS 

•HOME REPAIRS 
• HOUSE PAINTING 

CaONAL MAIL BOXES MADE 
AM) INSTAUffi - ANY CaOR 



BobbrTodd 

857.6960 



CALL after 5 P M. 



Fred Rickardwa 

484-9461 



"SaI. ESTATE 
Offices to Cliesapeake 

955 OAK 
GROVE RD. 

(off Battleneld Blvd.) 

547-7134 




Portsmouth's Larg«st 
Solas Organization 

4805 

Portsmouth 

Blvd. 




Irene whitfield4S4-5433 
gerald george 4s4-7624 
fran lane 484-4999 

aULINE GOING 488-5948 
BEN WHITFIELD 484-5433 
RONNIE HOWELL 484-0404 



Skoot rtwljM tor bay - 
era, seUera, rwrters, fuw- 
era. Use classified ads 
in lonr coaamwilti nevs- 
naper to kM tbe target of 
pol««ttaljw»pectslB»our 
nelcttiortead. 



Taylor Bros. 
Realty 

3104Tyr*N*ckltd. 

BriHony Woods 
Foresf HiH$ 
Cedar Grove 
Tovforwood 

484.4542 



AUTOMOTIVE 



ENGINE REPAIR 




fll^miA BEAOl 

UdHATOR 



NEWIOCATION: 

LaffC-Efliciciit Facilities 
IHZ VirfiBJa Bm0 BM. | 



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n r 



HIRNACES 






»AR 
SALB A SBVICE 

LavHuvera 



\ i 



• l'H«lnMH..)W.tAM.6«»il.| I 

! tteokantrionl f 

* . MastwOMiy t 




« 



I -» 






14 

Enwrteeejt Service 

CALL 
421-2415 

EXPEIT REPAIRS 

Tm ALL TYPES 
umaraers 

INI BitUMeM Bfd. 



I Ei^^ 



NOTICE 

To all Members 
of 

BBaaEYAE«E#795 

FRATSNAL ORDBt 

OF EAGLES 

There will be a special 
Nofflioalloa A Election 
tor tbe Cbair ei Wortty 
Vice President, Tuesday 
Jaayanr 21, 1975 - 8 Pil 



• Snoppno CofMn 
'Nuning H o moi 

• Cofflmaricd- Itf 
2ndmoriagM 

• Coraiivction, db- 
tross proporty 

Oavlt-Lorrivoo 
Astociotos 

490-3184 



BUCK 
BROTHERS 



Bottden 



Boom tayrovem^s 

CoHlnctors 
GwngtBriUers 
SocnAdttioos. 
Ataanimmi Sdiac 
Roob - Carports 

KItAn Remodeliat 

CALL ANYTIME 
545-7318 

RoKli £. Black, 9r. 
1800 Park ATenue 
Cbes^eake, ya. 



LOANS 

roBAinr 

WOnSWHILC PORPOSB 

NOTE and AUTO 

Norfolk 
County 
^Fifiance <-c^ 

lOCAlLYOWNH) 
AND OPERATED 



MaBAtnJudojtm.va '^- 
macm manma cbntsi 



.?eal Estc'3 



SHAMROCK' 

ReoUy CORP. 



41 



COUMERICAL. 
RESIDENTIAL 
SALES A RENTALS 
WE.WILLBUY TOUR 
EQUITY 

?365 S. MIUJARY 

HHWY. 
Chesapeake, Va. 



7fALTOR 



PiKme 



424-2800 






HOME IMPROVEMENT ^Qt^ IMPROVEHttNT 



I 



SWIFT 



I 



I 
I 

GARAGES I 

I 





I 



. i "OHE OF nmFOUi'S 

: I * LARCKT GARAGE 

: J BUILDERS" I 

:| ROOFING SDING I 
: j. 853-7689 j 

! I' aso CronweU Rd. I 
k- i 

jNTaiQR DECCMIATMS 

T 
I 
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a 



UrHOtSTEHY,* I 



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^.INAKBTHWTO I 

QUAiiTY saviqs ' 



SPECIALISTS 
IN 
I RB»AjRS 
I REMOOaiNG 

I PATCHWORK 
I PAMnNS 
I AUTYPI 

I CEUNGWOfiK 
f Resideirtial and CMnerctalj 

I Fne ertiaata 48I-MI7 | 

HOME UMPROVEMQ^ 

^ ^^ ■^^ ■^^ ^^ ^^ ^^ ^mt 

I MWAnNTIMS I 
I nTCBEM BEIKXSLIIKi ' 

liAJI slses of pr^es aaip 
I aM^ed prates I 

»<0B»rt wntige to a dw' 

I «■ hatly nam 
«ailhroaas, V^ttlts 
liCeraaie Tile, Brick, 



■ii 



FUEL BILLS »»? 

wnnxMrsswEAniiG? 
WATis maas. house? 

WLDEV-IHUJ}? 
YOU NEED 
MOm'URE CONTROL! 
DtVJSnGATE: 




HOHE OWNERS MEW 
FRIEND 

CALL 340-8262 
ALORIDGEA 
CHAMBQtSINT 
2 2l»Va.'tt«ichBM. 



HOME IMPROVENWIT 



BloeAvark 

We^e^Uiaeta 
BoMe iMproveMMs! 



I 

I 
I 
I 




aaroMiuBri 



i R.H. BLACK j 



lS2f 



§40-tC97 



I 

I Wmu iMjf e i ew e il Co. I 

j IM-MI Mf.im I 

I ANYTIHE EVENW®! 



iji?2S^i 
i^iAsreirN I 

iFOICiAAWNmGI 
! Cowpoiiv I 

I 5471^9 I 

I sr 547-^511 * 

I Ut^MkMtMn. I 

I Chesap^e. Va • 







S^4?&?^raf.r^T"*?*fr^**f*" '?«'•* «*• W* ladies Konomy, ^ 
ff!t^ rtJT ■^E?~'*^ *^?*^ of • good hiy on ««J merctatAe. 

MrildWMlMmyoMnoior^iite. GiwwAerf!. Wewilllietpyou word«ndBl.ce\^«d 
ror nwtflniMi c"""""** 



:ALL THE LOCAL FIRMS LiSTH) ABOVE 



CALL 486-3430 



CALL 547-457 T 




wmmmm^mmm^^^mmmm 



tmmmsm 



B - S - tlw Sw, Jib. 15, 1^ 



V 



I 



Once more 
wth feeling 



Sun Photographer Rod Mann raked in 
four of 18 awards in the 1974 Virginia 
Press Association (VPA) aniwal news 
and (rfwto award competition for wfeekly 
hewspi^rs. 

Mann's work, which led competition 
from 100 Virginia weekly newspi^rs, 
took first place in the general news 
category for "Sim Rises for Easter," 
witti two second place awards for "Sur- 
prise ^ing Snow" in the pictorial 
category and "Leaps High to Battle," 
a sports photo. "Trashmore 11" won 
third place for a pictorial shot. 

The Sun also was cited by the VPA 
for spdrts column writing and news 
writing, ^orts Editor John Bannon won 
second place for his "Sidelines" column, 
while Staff Writer Linda Miller's three- 
part series on substandard housing in 
The Sun, wot ttiird place in the VPA 
series competition. 

The awards will be presented in a VPA 
awards banquet Saturday in Nafajrai 
Bridge, Va. 




First - General News Wiofo 




A cross-like utility pole and an emerg- 
ing sm graced a crowd of worshippers, 
joining in mn Easter morning service 



at the Cape Henry Memorial Uron 
last Aprit. 



imxER 








Second - Pkforkil 



On March 2b la»t year, Virginia Beadi 
awoke to a surprise spring snowfall, 
and frfK>tpgrapher Rod Mann captured 
Ijw chilly stillness in this souttiem 
Virginia Beach setting. 




Second - Sports Mioto 

Baysiite's Jim Gcrffioan (41) le^)s high 
to battle Granby** Eliot Hwml^n (44) 
during last year's Eastern District Sw- 
ke^li Toumanwit in F^ruary. 



Third - Plctorhl 



The city's second sanitary landfill, off 
Cwterville Tun^ike near Indiw River 
RMd« provicM m Mrie badc<^op far 
sca^ngh^ s^wfls in tits frfioto ^km\ 
in F^nuiry 19f4. 



I 



lab^ 



f^^^^^m 



SERIALS SECTIOW 
VA STATE LIBRARY 
RrCHiOHD tA 23219 



BSm Year No. 4 



learn ropes' 
panel urged 



A nenber of tte VinsiBia Beach Recreation Fac- 
ilities Authority orged bis co-memt>ers this week to 
"Ion all tin ropes" before tkey try to launch any 

Bill Fruit, a mortage banker, gave authority niem- 
bers a short Inscni on tax-free bonds and he cau- 
tioaed the board not to jump into projects too soon. 
He added. "I don't think we" re going to build any- 
tUaf IkUyear." 

lie recrMtloo authority wiU be dealing "with a 
vast and eot^c^ed field," Fruit said. "We're going 
to est boi^ down in everything from prime rates 
tD tte Hrda tad tte boaay pe(9le" 

The first pra|«:t tte aottority undertakes, he add- 
ed. Is crfUetl. He nrged the board to select the pro- 
ject «Id<A stands the best chance of financial suc- 

*•««■ 

•Matarally we'll look at (a proposal's) track record, 

Frvtt ^d. "We have to satisfy ourselves this is a 
paytaKpr^Mttioa." ' , . 

The Mttor^ will own wliatever recreational fac- 
Mm tt'MMs aad pirofaably would tease tt«»n to 
tadeemdiat coentors. Birt the lease must cover 
tte boad TmrmBeat, Fndt added, so the (^rati<m 
mast generate «Kngh money to pay for the lease 
aad prmWe sofae profit to the cqierator. 
.. j«t^..^il..^ag we want to do is c^rattf a Irot 
<kC Stand," Froit «Jded wryly. "My Saturdays are 
all lUl v-" 

Oae of the drawbacks of the authority is that it 
caaacrt sinirty approve ixroposals for tax-free tmnds 
wUch would be the resp(»sibilities of an outside 
investor. It would be liable for debts. 

"Does everybody know why we can develop some- 
mm a private entrepreaeur dan't?" Fruit asked. 
He expl^wd that, the authority's power to get tax- 
tn* bgndk "is rtat ml»s ow program attractive." 
tttowrt ratet an i^oRt U ^f eent, be 




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January 22, 1975 



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3 buildings proposed 

City Ha 
plan drafted 



Thmking it over 




. they fe«l m is utWit, 

fni^ttt tf^. so baiks can aRord to l(wer interest 
rtfes to aboot C.S per cent. 

(St KECREATION, page A-3) 



^WiMl^a en^Xhalia El 
career panel receive tetaratwrnic 
Tara Gregg, 10, tt>e daughter of Mr. 
and Mrs. Steve Gregg. 6320 Colby \Nray. 



rm--:^iMA^ ^pm wqpiM like to 
»r deti^rG^ some of he?^ 
classmates had ready answers. See Life- 
styles, page B-1. 




PolificianSf tourists may mix 



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A mtional Democratic 
or Republican nominating 
conventioi in the summer 
of 1976 might be a boon 
to Virginia Beach hotel and 
motel operators even in the 
height of the tourist season, 
accordii^ to Covscilman 
Charles Gardner. 

Gardner, who is heading 
a committee to gather in- 
formation used to make 
bids to both the Democrats 
and Republican parties, 
said he must evaluate the 
situation on a r^ional la- 
sis and not only with Vir- 
ginia Beach's interest in 
mind. . 

However, he added, 
"don't knock out the pos- 
sibility that Mie-third to 
50 per cent of the rooms 
might l>e available. "Gard- 
ner owns the Hilton Inn 
at Atlantic Avenue and 8th 
Street. 

Virginia Beach motels 
are full, with business 



overflowinf toNorfblk, 
"only on rwl bomper-to- 
bumper holiday week- 
ends," Gardner said. 

Gardner is busy tracking 
down 15,000 rooms that 
would be needed to acco- 
mmodate delegates airf ob- 
servers at a natiMal ctm- 
vention. The Beach itself 
has only 7,000 rooms. 

The convention would 
take place in Norfolk's 
Sc(q)e, possibly with some 
activities in the Hampton 
Coliseum. 

Delegates would be 
housed throughout the 
Tidewater area, and Gard- 
ner is not tarring the pos- 
sibility of usli« noncon- 
ventional facilities. 

One pn^osal, he said, 
is the use of hoary cruise 
liners as floating hotels 
for delegates. "They could 
tie right up there in Nor- 
folk," Gardner said. He is 
also investigating the pos- 
sibility of cruisers which 



could traasport coavea- 
tioneers to NorfbUc from 
Florida, New York and 
(rtbur parts of the cmintry. 

"But we're tindit^ that 
all the cruisers are for- 
eign," Gardner added, and 
United States' regulaticHis 
prohibit foreign liners 
from (^teratipg from one 
U.S. city to aootter. 

"We're looking at all 
avenues of available acco- 
mmodations," the council- 
man saki. Delegates will 
represent "every socio- 
economic level," be mrted, 
"and that cotUd mean ttat 
we're talking aboiA those 
that would bring their cam- 
pers and those that would 
be willing to stay in sOTie- 
ooe's home." 

Some convention dele- 
gates might even be boused 
in vacant college dormi- 
tories, Gardner added. 

In addition to ttadiag ac- 
tual facilities for the con- 
vention, Gardner said plan- 



ners miirt^JUJOk .lJ..l3ailr„ 
able pabud tranqp(»1ation 
that ««dd be needed to 
transport detegates from 
their hotel aad mi^ rooms 
to coBveMoa activities. 

S(Hne delegates may even 
be in Haakon, he noted, 
ud eoold mtch coaveation 
activities oa ele$ed cir- 
cuit television at tte Co- 
liseum. Also under c(»- 
^leratlon is tte possi- 
bility of p^ing in closed 
circuit televisifm coverage 
<rf cooventioB activities to 
hotel rooms. 

"We've got to gather a 
great deal of information," 
Gardner added. "1 bc^ 
in the process we can get 
some feeling of the site 
of a conv^ion we can 
attract worfciag together." 

"If we find we can {Hit 
this thing together," he 
said, ttere isapxidehance 
bott partin viU hold their 
natloaal eoav;eoUou ia tte 
Hampton Roads area. 



Contains antinsbortion statement 



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Mayor regrets signing proclamation 



Virginia Beach Mayor J. Curtis Payne said he 
was "presnral" into signii^ an anti-abortiM pro- 
clamattoq declaring tUs week- Respect Life Week, 
and he admitted flat the statement really doesn't 
reflect his own beliefs. 

'I really didn't want to get into that squabble, " 
Payne told tlie Sun ia an tnterview. "I certainly 
mn't goi^t %o take a posltton." Ttie mayor said 
te did not read the proclanatioa carefully before 
fee s^ned it "io be frank with you. " 

Hie docummt, drawn up by the Society for Human 
Lift, was bro^t to the mayor by threeof the groups 
members aecompaniei by Councilman Pat Standing. 

"I was pressured into it," Payne said. "1 probably 
shouldn't have signed the proclamation, but I don't 
know how I gouU take it back now. 

Tte Society for Human Life is circulatin the 
procUmatioo IhAwghout Vipginia. It has been signed 
by Ctesapeake Ma^r Marton WUtehurst ami also 
ad^ed by tte Norfolk City Council. However, the 
Norfolk body struck (town one passage which states 
^t "^rmlssive abortion laws deny the Right-lo- 
Ult «t mison tanu *ems" 

Paym said tte proctamatioa te signed "couldn't 



'I was pressured into it. I pro- 
bably shouldn't have signed the 
proqiannation, but I don't know how 
I could take it back now.' 

--Mayor J. Curtis Payne 



It 



te consWered the feeling of the City Cmincil 
can only te consistered mine. I signed it." 

But the mayor e}q>IaiDed that he doesn't hold strm^ 
views on abortiw one way or the other. 

"I'm not sure in my own mind whether a woman 
has the right to have an abortion or at what point 
in pregnancy an abortion should not te allowed," 
Payne said. "I cannot give you a clear-cut answer." 

He added that te regrets signiv tte rtght-to- 
Life statement, and that does mi agree with. its 
contents "I signed it without too much thoi^bt," 
the mayor admitted. 'I do have reservations." 

Standing, however, said he agrees with tte pro- 
clamation 

Tm anti-al»rtioi»," he told The Sun. When asked 
why he teld that telief, tte councilman resp<wl- 
ed, "Why nof We should respect life." 



SUndlng said te did not agree with tte 1973 
S(q>reme Court decision striking down laws pro- 
hibiting certaMi abortion. 

He also said te does not think a city proclama- 
tion supporting an anti-abortion effort is out of line. 

If tte people who suH>ort abortion ask for it. 
Standing remarked, "we could establish anotter week 
in tte year sayii« they want to kill babies* 

Tte Society f^ Human Life is uarcUng in Wash- 
ii^on today to protest the Supreme Court abortion 
ruling and to urge Congressmen to a<fa^ a c<a- 
stitutlOMl ameiMlment overturning the decision. 

Standing said te is mtt a memter of the Society 
for Htanan Life, but te added that te has made 
contrilwtions to tte grtwp. He saU te stqiparts a 
coBstitnti<^l chaise which would Mtiaw abortlOT 
exc^A for b(»a-flde tealtt reasons. 

"1 (ton't ttink there should te abortion ftw con- 
venieace, "te explained, "altboi^h you can justify 
anything for social reasms, for coavenieMe or tor 
health" 

, Tte councilman said that (»ly three-t«ths of one 
per ceat of all atortiws presently performed in 
the United Stotea are tor bMlth rwsons.. 



By HEAL SIMS 
Son Editor 

A 25-jrear master plan for the devel6pment of the 
Virginia Beach Municipal Center - including the 
eoBStroction of three new buildings and numerous 
additions - was unveiled ' tefore a special Monday 
morning session of City Council. 

Tte Irian, which is subject to approval by Council, 
seeks to ceirtralize the locations of the adminis- 
trative departments of the city and provides for 
tte COTstrtiction of some 89,000 square feet of new 
building space. 

Develc^ment of tte Municipal Center would te 
in three phases. Phase One, running thrmigh 1980, 
caUs tor tte consruction at a new city jail, al- 
ready approved by voters at a cost of $5 million, 
an (derations building and school administration 
building, each estimated to cost t>etween 2.5 mil- 
lion aad $i miUion, and a $1 millicm atklitionto 
tte present administration building. 

Tte operations building, school administration 
balldii« and city jail would te located west of the' 
present administration buildytg on Courthouse Drive. 
Phase Tiro ctmstruction from 1985 to 19% plans 
f«U<H«»f to several baildings, including social ser- 
vicn, ud a third floor on tte public safety build- 
ti« preseidly trader coastruetion. 
Tte Vm mm* mmtM tte Wr saw, sag 



vices, opet^^OH, 

Mraicipal Court, school adminlstratirai and the jail. 

A two-level parkin deck and a multi-level build- 
ii« are mestiaaed as possibilites if ftrture growtt 
is greater than anticipated. 

A spokesman for tte city said cost estimates for 
construction teyond 1980 had not been worked out. 

Tte IfNit- range plan was developed by tbe Virginia 
Beach architectural firm of Waller and Todd at 
a cost of $11,000. 

City Manager George Hanbury asked Council to 
approve tte idan's concept wittin two we^s so that 
a final decision on tte location of tte jail could 
te made. Construction of the jail, which is in tte 
final stages of design, should begin in tbe sprii«, 
aceordiag to present plans. 

In other business Monday, Council: 

• beard a report from Finance Director Giles 
Dodd wIk) said revenue collections for tbe city are 
subtly ahaid of the pace from the previous y^r; 

• qipirinted Les Lilley of tte city manager's staff 
to fiU a vacancy on tte board of directors <a tte 
STOP organization created when City Clerk Ricdrd 
WrthOB resigned from the STOP board; 

• accepted tte low bid of $31,292 from Ames and 
Wriib, Inc., for tte construction of a parking lot 
ud storm sewers tor tte planned tennis complex 
at Binttedc Road ant General Boott Boulevard; 

•Uipnvriated |3,000 to assist Big Brotters of 
Vlrgtaia Beach; and 

• approved a use permit for tte operation of a 
service stattcn on Laskin Road near Holly Road. 

Prior to its open sessiim. Council met for 30 
minutes in ekecutive session, closed to the public 
and tte press, to discass what tte agenda listed 
as "^rsonnel aad l^al" matters. 




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Beach science museum is goal of committee 



By MARY RODA 
Sib Stifl Writer 

A newly-organized commiUeeof educa- 
tors, citiiens and councilmen will meet 
tooight to take what may be tbe first 
step toward the creation of a Virfinia 
Beach science museum. 

The committee includes repre- 
sentatives of two different groups who 
liad been working independently to es- 
tablish a museum. 

The Society of Sciences in Tidewater, 
a regional group, has tried to get state 
and federal funding for a museum in 
tbe Tidewater area during the past^ix 
years after Chrysler Museum closed 
rooms once devoted to nature exhibits 
which served as the base of an informal 
study program. 

NearlyUwo years ago the schools set 
up a science museum committee to study 
the feasibility of building a facility in 
the Beach. 
-Members of both groups are on the 
Mayor's Science Museum Committee. 

Committee members told The Sun this 
week that Virginia Beach is a natural 
location for a science museum, especially 
a facility that would be marine orient- 
ed. 

CouncUman John Griffin, who is serv- 
ing on the committee with Councilman 
Charles Gardner, said a science museum 



is needed "becaue we doe't have «e 
anywhere in tbe area." 

Marine exhibits c«iW also use the re- 
sources at ejqserts in the Virginia In- 
stitute of Marine Sciences am! Old Do- 
minion Ualversity's oceanograiAy de- 
partment, Griffin rated. 

The program has a tot of potential, 
tbe councilman a<Med, airi a museum 
"would be a tremendous advantage to tbe 
educational system." 

Gardner said a science museum is 
needed in the area, ai«l he added that 
marine science is a "real pt^wUr pro- 
ject in itself." 

"We were sort of in tbe rwning for 
this years ago," be added, when Virginia 
was looking for a site. The state later 
built the museum in SichB«d. 

In light of tbe eafaonic slowdown, 
Gardner admitted "some pet^lemaytUnk 
talk of a science museum is urtUiyc- 
able, but it will re(^re a "tremeodo^ 
amount of planning. 

At the moment prospects are dim for 
federal or state funding, but Gardner 
said, "we should get all the pbuuiog 
l>ehind us" so the museum pr^osal would 
be ready as soon as mooey is avail- 
able. "We'd be ready to jump right 
in." 

Gene Poole, awrtber committee mem- 
ber, has worked with the Society ofScienc- 



es u tUtevnter in w dbrt to build 
a mtseon faciltty sMn««tere ia nde- 
water. 

Tbe orfanlatMM «aK^»diU]r tried 
to keep a nrisre stuif pcsgrni «Uve 
after Chrystor Itaenm eksad tte Mt- 
ore exI^Mt. H siXHisiN^ fieU trips for 
abMt tm> )mrs, 1M flnally fond it 
impossible to t^rtimte a ^-^raa vttli- 
out a base of operatkms, Mrs. Poole 
said. 

Ste said she was sorry to see tbe 
program discontinued because tbe ^cb 
envlnaneat tes a lot to offer y<WBgslers 
Interested in nture stwiy. 

Her orpaiutitw tried to attract s^te 
•wt federal Mttog tor tte |Mt«ram, but 
Mrs. ^toleiaM members smdiscowred 
that cities ^jring for tends Jotntly tad 
a better chAnce <tf starts anitable 
money. 

Mac Rawls, assistant tfrector of in- 
strwrtien for Virginia B^cfc schools, tas 
worked wltt the mnseum txmxfi 
as science currieidum supervisor tor 
tte school system. 

Rawls' committee delved into the mus- 
eum profxtsal, even to the details of spec- 
ific exhibits. 

However, Rawls said tbe new nayor's 
committee will simply UM ttfr sdu^ 
eomtaittee's work as resour» natoriidi 
and possibly could draw diflerat coaclv- 



^mm m m BtwA's 

As te ^sd ^nmtttse •tatfed tte 
Bi^H propswa. "we reaUKd very 
quickly tte «ice»lty for a lacility in 
iUelf." Rawls mU. Altfaoagh tbe setools 
are eip^iaUf l^n-estod in tte museum 
and the eMM^l reso«rces it wmld 
siw*y, te mmmi, "it w«ld serve tbe 
who^e conmo^." 

Tbe committae determlwdttat Vli^inia 
B^cb, tbe Mf ma^rcl^ located dir^Uy 
00 tbe Atlantic for hiadrads tt mUes, is 
wildly Mlted as a science aramm site. 

ta addittee, tbe city is af tt« aootb (rf 
tbe Chesapeake Bay, and ita^aHraets 
mnsual marine species at Rwlee Inlet, 
tbe OBly Met $mg tbe cmM ttat las a 
direct cpcfdag to the ocean. 

Ravis said tto school committee seemed 

to grt ^•men marine as^tei" as it dis- 

«ssed a selMce nwwtw, "and tBdi(»ted 

m MMklB't be at aU agaii^t a marine 

'^etmce &KiUty," 

rto aMeim, if tt is coistrwtad, woald 
greaUy bmM school cUldren, Rawls 
added, "partic^rly if it is the kind of 
facility we wnrisk^. ' ' 

"Sctewe nnseums have ctanged. Ttey 
are not plac» which cmtain musty exhi- 
bits which people just wme in an! lack at 
as oi»enmrs." Tte school coranittee 
favored a progt^m which involved the rtu- 
(tent in each exhibit, such as a touch tank 



ui which marine specimaas cobM be 
handled bf visitors. 

futead of just visiting the m^em 
briefly, Rawls aiMed, it cmM be a ftuze 
where stwtarts actually »Mdwted sta- 
ges of exhlUts and became Involved with 
Oen. 

Rswls said he is m* too tatei^ed in 
l«ildinc a regional facility jcrtaUy with 
other Tidewater cities because he is c<m- 
eerned that tbe museum would not be con- 
structed in Virginia Beach. 

AlthcN«h tbe B^ch is rich in natural 
r^Kwrces, he noted, it is mrt ceirtnUly 
located "and you can bet <» the UuA that 
every other city w<»ld be Mddiog 0« It. 
Out iHimanr concern is to get a sdeace 
tociUty tor Vlnslal* Bach ' 

Virfinia B«ch Ecomnic DevelopmoR 
Director JimDeBeUis.alsooBtheaisjHwr's 
eonmfflee, said te is inteniAed to the 
maseM! facility because in addition to 
providtog tbe schools with a "real fine 
precran. tt wooM also M» the ecMKHny 
ofthectty." 

"We felt It was an aeUvltf that would 
involve toorisU," be ei^iaed, "alttoo^ 
it wwtfd not be a tourist attraction. It 
would be something more for a tourist 
to do." 

The committee wiH tarid its first neet- 

Sat 7:» twrfght in the Scho<d Admin- 
raUon BuiUing. 



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Newim Briefs 

Scott inp6rtnership 

Instead of getUi* back into municipal adminis- 
tration, former VirEinia Beach City Mknager Roger 
Scott will be helping officials in other cities with 
their financial problems. 

Scott, who resigned in November at City Coun- 
cil's request after six years as city manager, will 
be partners in a consulting firm with Lawrence 
B. Wales Jr., the city's financial adviser. The pair 
will begin working together in February at the 
Pacific 40 Office Building at 40th Street and Pac- 
ific Avenue. 

Scott said he and Wales, a senior vice-president 
of Wheat First Securities, Inc., discussed the p(»- 
sibUity of a partnership years ago. ^ 

They will advise individuals, municipaUties and 
corporations on financial matters in addition to 
management counseling. Wales will be president 
and treasurer for the consultii% firm, while Scott 
will be vice-president and secretary. 

Birc/necic pro/ecf bid 



A mile-kMig highway project to widen streets 
serving a Havy housii^ development in south Vir- 
ginia Beach has been awarded to a Norfolk con- 
tractor. 

The $263,911 project will be financed through 
i^eral defense access funds and will not be af- 
rected by Virginia's moratorium on highway con- 
str^:tj[on, according to the Virginia Highway and 
Trans^)ii^Uon Commission, which awarded the cm- 
tract to Adnes^ Webb, Inc. 

Under the projs^, South Birdneck Road will be 
widened to 44 feePiietween General Booth Boule- 
vard and Prc^perity IHad, which wUl be widened 
to 24 feet. >,^ 

The project includes sidek^ks, curbs and gut- 
ters, x^ 



lode doors, police soy 



Virginia Beach police are urging stores to lock 
their front doors at closing time to prevent armed 
r<*beries similar to a recent hold-up at the Big Star 
supermarket on Shore Drive. 

Four armed rotors wearing ski masks entered 
the store after closing hours Thursday and left with 
several thousand dollars, police reported. 

Although customers were still at check-out stands, 
police said tbe door could have been locked and cus- 
tomers could leave using the automatic exit door. 

One of the robbers fired a pistol at the ceiling 
during tbe hold-up. Police l>elieve that thev stoi^wd 
the getaway car at a traffic check, but when the 
driver was ordered to stop, one of the passengers 
fired a shot at policemen and the car sped away. 
Police followed, but lost the suspects near 9iore Drive 
and Little Creek Road. 




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Grigory Sokolov can ask for free tickets 
fronrt Virginia Beadi schools. The Vir- 
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The Virginia Beach Au- 
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their annual banquet Feb. 
I at the Fort Story Of- 
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Beach. Cocktail hour will 
begin at 6:30 p.m., fol- 
lowed by a 7:30 p.m din- 
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Virglota BMdi mstorWs «to are sttU driving 
wlttwut cit]t wtMBobUe dieters kavt aHOcr «Mk 
to let tke 1175 decals.tccordtactotkeatir Treasarer 
Jack E^ri^e. 

Tfee deadlne vtlt Iw aktaickt Jan. 31. After Hat, 
motorists driyii« can villuwt tke $1S decaU owld 
l>e sUpp«l with a IHSO flue o« top of tfee.flS for 
a decal. 

So far, Etbridce said, "we'fe had a f«ry good 
response." 

Tte city sent oot notices to aboot 15,000 avto- 
mobile owners, and 34,399 bad retimed there by 
■Jan. 14. 

"Bat most peoide wiU tfait. nntU the end (rf the 
moBtt," the treasurer reported. For the people who 
wait oaUl the last few days, he added, H prolMbly 
lUl mean loa( Uaf ■ at one of the city treuarer's 
foor (Mces: the MuIcQmI Certer, 401 KeniMville 
Boad, IMh and Arctic Avemie and 4645 E. Hayfood 
Road. 

Motorists *lb are u tte military and who are 
tnoa-Ude residents of other states 'are oot re- 
quired to purchase the stickers, he added, but ttey 
may purchase a mUitery identiflcattoa tag for 91.. 

Ethridf e said the tag is simiriy for the conyenience 
of Oie individual in case he is stuped tqr a policeman. 



Recreation 



(Continued from page A-l) 

Kor a $100,OUO project, a 12 per cent bond rate 
would mean mortage paymerts of 113,000 a year, 
while the 6.5 per cent rate would mean payments 
of 11,000 a year. 

For many projects. Fruit added, the |S,00O dif- 
ference "could be the difference between a profit 
and a loss. That gives us leverage over p^vatei 
.developers." 

Member Fletcher Bryant noted that "one of flie 
unattractive things" about the recreation autlioMty 
is that "we own it" and project backers "may not 
want us to own K." 

"But they can't get the terms we can," Fruit 
countered. 

Authority members sacgested ttat thn could meet 
with mpoaeirts of an ice-rink, bat Fralt warved 
againsl any prematare planning. 'It woaM aaHMst to 
taking the ice rink peoide and jerldag them arouml 
while we lean wint we're doing." 

Sjpokesffiea lor Metrapidltan ^rts Inc., an op- 
eration backed by the VirginU Red Wings Hockey cld>, 
have iadiated ttet they would llkt to baUd an ice 
aren, possibly using the newly-formed Recreattonal 
FacUiUes Aothortty. 

However they want a lease-purclmse agreement with 
the authority which the city's bonding attorney has 
determined is not permitted miter the state law giving 
the cOies the power to create reemtion aathmlties. 

"i wonder how many of la really know what 
kinds of projects we can go into." Fruit said, 
"what things we can even consider." 
. He said he has received calls from peopte wt» 
think the authority "can be all Oiags to all peofile." 

Some citisens think the antbority eonU be ns«d to 
coakract mm-profit recreation projects such as 

Bryant said hefii^u fte aMMIty caUdVetMed 
to camtalize oo the Beach's mild climate. 

"nis place coaM be a mecca for recreatiaa," he 
observed. "We have nine moirths a year with good 
weather, and we only atlllse three tor profit." 

He aditod that VirgUiia Beach has taken '^'a back 
sMt to pUces like WtUiamsburg whoi we don't have 
to take it." . ^^ 

The Beach wouU have been a likely site tor the 
Busch Gardens complex under coastmctioo ia Wil- 
liamsburf , and it m^ also be a good kx^tian for 
a theme park or ev«) a National Football League 
franchise, all projects in which the authority might 
have a hand, Bryant said. 

Bryant, who works exteasively with Uttie Leagae 
teams, also said be thiala an ice rtak is a likely 
project. 

"We've got some 300 hockey idayers In this city," 
he asserted, "and we dod't have a iriece of ice in it. 
I don't see how an ice-rlirii could fail." 

He explained that junior hockey layers are asing 
the Ice at Scope for iwactice after Red Wtiig games. 

Bryant and member Beverly Panlk were appoiotad 
to meet with Metroixttttan Sports Inc. to discass the 
groiv's irians. The i»ael agreed not to invite the ice 
arena propoaenU to a meeting until tte Mttority 
learns more about its powers. 

Member Jean McLaughlin said the authority "codd 
be a very important board" lor the community. "R 
could bring a lot to Virginia Beach." 

Post 'not my styk,' 
NOW president says 

The nine-menri)er Recratioo Facilities Authority 
had aotroaHeselMtii«achairmao and vice-chairman, 
but it was briefly stumped when it came to electing 
a secretary-trMsurer. 

Hen M the board ey^ the only two woma members, 
Beverly Paalk and Jnn McUugUin, for the job. 

Bei« secretary "is not my style," Ms. Paulk, 
head of the Virginia Beach ctepter (rf the National 
Organization tor Women (NOW), quietly informed her 
male partners. 

Ms. Paulk had chastized the City Cornell forlUling 
to appoi]^ any women to the Recreation Facilities 
Authority. Two wedcs later CouKil selected the two 
women for fosis on the Iwtrd. 
, Mrs. McLa^hlin, who said she really had no extra 
time to serve as siMretary, Baally agreed to asrame 
thep(»t. 

The aothortty decided to keq> James Haydea as 
chairman and Fletcher Bryant vice-chairman. 

C<MmciI had errone<wsly selected the pair as the 
authority's officers when they created it, but under 
the ordinance setting up the authority, it's a job 
members must periorm themselves. 

Hayden, atwent because td a bort witt the fla, was 
not present for Us electim. 



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He could have stepped right out of 
a Cracker Jack commercial, but 
acfaiaily 3-year-old George Brad- 
ley was charming ringside spec- 
tators at a recent Beach high 



school wrestling match. Was he 
having fun? "Nope," George said,^ 
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in Virginia Beach. " 



City Atty. J. Dale Bim- 
SOT toM Virfinia Beach 
councilmen in closed ses- 
sion this week that he will 
try to have subpoenas of 
councilmen thrown out of 
court Thursday in a suit 
which alleges the. Council 
held an illegal executive 
session Dec. 9. 

The suit is on the Cir- 
cuit Court docket for the 
Thursday session which 
t>egins at 10 a.m. 

WTAR-TV and newsman 
Jay Moore filed the suit 
which claims that council- 
men met Illegally in a 
closed session to discuss 
using public funds to pay 
tor debts run up by the 
Neptune Festival. 

"Our position is that we 
don't' know if there is a 
need for all of the coun- 
cilmen to be there," Bim- 
son told The Sun in an 
interview. As for having 
the subpoenas tossed out 
altogether, he remarked, 
"We're going to play a- 
round with it a little." 
The suit asks that all 
councilmen be subpoenaed, 
but Birason said he does 
not know if any of the 11 
councilmen will be asked 
to appear in court, 
that the "city would like 
, to have the case itself dis- 
Inissed. When asked what 
legal grounds the city 
would ask for dismissal, 
the city attorney remarked 



jokingly. 'We don't like 
to bp sued." 

When a- reporter re- 
peated* the que.si ■■ "i '•• 
said, "We can t •..; 
now really 1 hav. :. _ ,. 
pared it fllif i;as>>.! that 
much." BiiMSi'ii made tin' 
comment Monday. 

Befor? the Cily Cumi' >: 
went into the cioseit sfs 
sion Dec. .9, Biiiison ruli il 
tha^ the discussion woulii 
be allowed undt'iVirEiiua, 
Freedom of' Information 
(FOI) Act because it con 
cerned financial matter.'. 

However, Moore p<nnti.Hl 
out that the FOI Act only 
permitted financial di.s 
cussions that involved 
competition and bargain 
ing. 

At tlat time Bimson fu 
untered that the festival 
discussion also could hi' 
considered a \i'?:\\ \\u'-'< 
ter, another ratccory tlia* 
.is exempt e<l from the rt- 
quiremeiit that public !>u 
siness be condiicteJinopt-n 
session 

The suit charges that 
tlie.City Cduncil routuu-iy 
uses broad definitions in 
the FOI Act as excuses 
to go into executive .ses- 
sion without naming thp 
specific reason forjthti 
closed-door meeting. It 
asks the court to issue 
an injunction to prevent 
illegal closed Council ses- 
sions in the future. 



Bolin gets $50 fine for assault 



Sindy Boun, a deteated 
Virginia Beach City Coun- 
cil candidate who was 
charged with attempted 
murder when he fired a 
gun at the ground to scare 
workmen digging near his 
property, [deaded "mcon- 
nsf^ to a simple assault 
-4Mii v&lcK resbUed in t 
fia tte and a tfx mouM 
sa^eaded sentence. 

Bfdia said he made the 
plea OB Us attorney's ad- 
vice. "I didn't plead guil- 
ty to anything," be said. 
"I pleaded no contest and 
gave Uiem the $50." 

And that was jast "i^" 
moaey compared to the 
$1,000 he parted with to 
pay his attorney, tie for- 
mer eandUate mrted. 

Bolin fired the gun at 
Us feet wheaworkmeadig- 
giag a foandatioa aear his 

KmkXsnq 
registrars 
may get ok 

H^strars may actively 
recr^t voters under a pro- 
posal introchiced in the Vir- 
ginia General Assembly by 
Del. Owen Pickett (D- Vir- 
ginia Beach). 

The proposed bill, sup- 
ported by the League of 
Women Voters, wouM give 
registrars more flexibi- 
11^ in signiiv up voters. 
Under the proposal, regis - 
strars wouU even be per- 
mitted to travel outside 
their jurisdiction to re- 
gister voters in titeir dis- 
trict. 

Pickett said the law is 
needed bMause some re- 
gistrars are confused about 
tteir role and are uncer- 
tain whether they should 
actively sign up voters. 

Pickett reported that 
some registrars believe 
that they should not soli- 
cit registration, while 
<^rs set up tables in 
schools, shopping centers 
and other public thorough- 
fores in an effort to reach 
as nuny citizens as pos- 
sible. 

nckett said hisprc^osal 
woaU sp^^cally permit 
active solicitation of 
vtrters. 



daughter-in-law's home 
Sept. 18 encroached on the 
property line, be said. 

Since that time, Bolin 
said the bulldoters have 
remained on the right side 
of the property life. 

"I had a choice of going, 
to jxmi and fighting it,"" 
BODb Sani, "WK Bds was . 
Ow Matort «^r. tMitwoaltf ' 
you have done?" 

Bolin, who owiB Furni- 
ture Showrooms, admitted 
that he was wrong td fire 
the gun, but he did not 
know what else he could 
have done to stop the bull-. 



dozers from parii« away 
the shelf of dirt aear thei 
house. 

In fact, Bolin claims that 
Uie digging is shaking the 
foundation of the $150,000 
house and causing it to 
crack. He said be plans 
to file a damage suit, a- 
gtinst his neighbor, Loyd 
iUrloa.l>«^ mill tte 



digging is completed. 

"They're still digging 
and I'm going to let them 
finish," he said. "They're 
still shaking the house." 

Bolin was sentenced by 
Circuit Court Judge Robert 
S. Wahab in the case. The 
judge suspended the six 
month sentence "on good 
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By MART RtWA 
Sm Staff Writer 

Comrentions could be big business for Virgiaia 
Beach if tbe city bad tbe facilities, according to 
pnvonents of a |6.8 millicMi coavention center. 

Managers of tbe Beach's largest hotels and. an 
administrative aide in tbe city's tourist develop- 
ment division say tbe city turns away several lu- 
crative conventions each year because it lacks the 
proper facilities which sophisticated conventioneers 
demand. 

For the last 18 months, Patt Yates, a pretty, 
dark-eyed aide in the city's tourist division, has 
been dealing with major convention planners who seek 
the city's help in organizing Urge conventims. 

Since she began her job. Miss Yates said the 
demand for conventions has tripled — - an indication 
that Virginia Beach is building a good reputation 
along the East Coast. 

But more often than not, the conventions have to 
look to some other city to find facilities tbe groqis 
want for meetings, exhibition space, lianquets add 
larger sessions. 

In other words, a convention center. 

A proposal to build a convention center was wiped 
from the city's Capital Improvement Program last^ 
summer when the City Council followed the advice of 
the Virginia Beach Development Council which re- 
commended against tbe convention ce^er at that 
time. 

More recently. City Manager George Manbary 
asked the City Cou^cU to allocate |100,000 to hire 
architects to draw up plans for a new center to 
replace the Virginia Beach Dome. 

Council deferred action on the request until the 
Virginia Beach Devel(vment Council makes a final 
' recommendation Feb. 20 on the need for and possible 
financing of a convention center. 

One of the major problems was the lack of a hard 
eridence that conventions could be big business in 
Virginia Beach -- t)» enough to make an |6.8 
million investment in a center worthwhile; 

A cmvention center is not an id^ which fires the 
enthusiasm of the average taxpayer either, when there 
'are schools and sewen to be built. 

Hiss Yates, who deals only with conventions that 
require services from more than one hotel -- usually 
conventions of 1,000 or more -- said larger groups 
are eyeii^ the Beach as a possible conrantion site. 
"The Beach has never been am] is not bow. a con- 
vention city," ste said, "bat there is a demand. 
Mother Nature has blessed us with our natural 
selling point." 

While she planned oniytwocooventions in 1974, Miss 
Yates reported, at least six are scheduled this year, 
with still amrther six tentative candidates. 

"Riat's not countii^ one-hotel conventions that don't 
turn to the city for help coordinating activities. 
"If we had a ccmvention center," Miss Yates 
IMJd, "we could take care of more conventions than 
ve have nam." But conventions demand specialized 
facilities which few of the hotels can handle. 

Most large groups want four or five meeting rooms 
aloi^ with a larger exhibition hall. IJsually banquets 
and social activities are also planned, and groups 
prefer to stay in the same buildii^, or at least in 
the same part of town. 

Now grmips lAust use hotel mp«!ting rooms while they 
trek to the Virginia B«ich Dome for lai-ger meetings 
and exhibits. 

But the Dome, which lacks popular breakaway 
meeting rooms and where discussions are often ac- 
companied by the gurglii^ of flushing toilets, is not 
a satisfactory facility for most convention groups. 
Miss Yates added. 

The city has turned away at least three major 
conventims duri^ the last 18 months, she added, 
"simpry because we needed meeting rooms " 

No records were kept of convention contacts until i 
the past summer, when tbe Develc^ment Council asked 
for tard proof of interest by convention groups. 
But the next time the subject comes up, statistics 
will be available. • 

And convention proponents are not pushing the Mea 
too hard --- yet. 

"When the subject comes up again," Miss Yates 
said, "it will make it or break it." 

The convention center received a wave of opposition 
from civic organizations, including the Council of Civic 
Organizations (CCO), which felt that the project 
would detract from the city's ability to build much 
needed sewer andlvater lines. 

"We want to let the climate stay cool, " Miss Yates 

said, so citizens can sit t»ck and "take a good loii^ 

look'" at the advantages of a c(»venti«i center. 

"Well need good public relations to reach a large 

majority of the pt*lic out there," she added, 'which 



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"A M of peeple 4a not pderstamd Ow eeonmic 
itMetwt" (tf ttt etty aod the roleacwvi^oii cater 
WNddiAiy, the said. 

"I ioo't Uke to tee firttcd kdmIs la tmHotmy 
house," Miss Yat« adUtted, but ate dotsat beUeve 
that a coatnttMoi e«to- to «a "etOer/er" pro- 
ptHitioa. 

"Tte city U lookioi for Mboola, roads, mter and 
seven," ske said, prsiwto irhich stniB tte KMwces 
ofVlrfiirisBeacA. . 

B«t Mist Yates believes that a coavntioa eeitfer 
woM pay for it^f and actmlly boost geaeral 
rcMtwes for th6 Beteb which Oiea could be used fbr 
OktT projects, just as the tourist ifldustry boosts the. 
tax base now. 

R wa«id be *'nry densUtii«' ' if ail of a sadden 'm 
Btatdl Aawfii «tre trapped ttwn the city's usets, 
she rt^utad. "Virtiois Beach would go from the 
townt las base b oae of tbe most eqteasive if we 
(Sd without tiMt trirel moaey." 

Oariar Oa Taaa^rs mnntioa last Jme, tourist 
divtoioa stetf eaktttatad ttat each participant spent 
$88 a day in the city. The coovenUoo included 1.800 
persons, "and that was just ooe grow," Miss Yates 
added. 

The coBv^lOB bastaess is there, she asserted. 
"It's layiac riftit at oar feet," but she said it wUl 
take a proKresaiw oaUMnk oa the city's part. 

"We should take advantage of our natural en- 
viroemeat and eatdtaUse on it," Miss Yates said. 
"At least we would be able to get large r^ional 
aad aatioaal coaveetions (^5,000. We have a marvelous 
rcfiatatieB." 

|he said she has received calls and letters from 
coBveirtiM partic^iaats who say Virginia Beach is "a 
frieadl)! city. «e like it and we want to come tack." 

A ntnral qHa<^ nU(M be that tbe city's tourist 
buriaess would be boosted by convention participants 
who return witb their tanilUes far vacations. 

"It's dean. Meadly, fanily-orieoted and aot hoaky- 
todk,"1iiss Yates said In addition to tt's community 
atmrapiKra, she added, the Beach c^ers visitors 
a divanrity waaUf oaly fouHl te large metecpo- 
Utaa areas. 

It's ODsy aad relaUng," while Hie beach and en- 
vtranaeat are attractive. Miss Yates remarked. 
"Tkay love It, aad selliog Virginia Bnch is an 
easy Job for ra^r." 

1^ Yafts, who said she spends about three- 
loartta of her Uom hel|^ groups plan conven- 
Uou, is sq^orted by managers of the Beach's 
laifMt hotels ain would aatvraUy like to see more 
coa««atl«as ta tte cify. 

Midiael Fitqiatricfc. nanager of tbe Cavalier 
Ocwafroot, beUevea Virginia Beach can be a thriv- 
iBf coaveirtioa ccMer. 

"I tfiitk there's a Ida of interest," he r^rted, 
-aad I'm voodering l^ loog peo^e wUl keq> catt- 
ing as." 

Fltspatri<», too, is keeping a record of the nnm- 
bw of groins who call him aad cannot find ade- 
<pate tacilities in the Beach, although they would 
Ulw to mert here. 

Be estimales that the motet sad hotel industry 
has lost aboM |7 millicm in gross revenues from 
cowentions that have bees turaed away betweeq - 
March aad September of this year. 

That would mean flM.OOO in tbe 2 percent 
hotel tai to the city alone, be rqwrted, not count- 
ing the other reveiiues the city woald receive from 
restaoralts aad ^ertainmeirt-oriented business- 
es that voDld also braefit from coavenUon gronw. 



Flt^atrick »M he is "^raylag" that city re- 

. siteats in KempsvlUe and Mmt residential ar^s 

will reconite tte lo^-range benefits of a eon- 

veatioa <^Mer, which be said is the key toac- 

eaaaotellaf more conventions. 

Me said te can understand "why tbe persoo in 
KNiiisvllle who doe^'t have a sewer is wtaaieatly 
agatast the cravention center," and he believes 
it is a matter of commumcation: proving to the 
average tej^ayer that income from generated by 
a GoavtMtkM center could spill over into otiier 
, ccnmanity projects. 

"This thing slKWld be eq»lored to tbe fullest," 
FitspatrtdE said. "The fact is that it will not bene- 
fit Jitft the motels, hotels and restaurants. It's 
tertalaly aot a special interest type of iiAng. It 
wiQ bcaefit evarybody.'^ 

The coBvaaiiaa IwsiBess w^U benefit smaller mot- 
els, too, tke Cavalier Oceaafroot manager said. 
F<ff eaanqde, a null oeigMwring qiotel would ex- 
perieace "a boom if we were full up." 

He added that "Virginia Beach would rank among 
the "top convention cities" if it had a convention 
certer. 

Tom Lyons, past president , of the Innkeepers 
Association and manager of the 39th Street Holiday 
Inn, said a convention center would be "self-pay- 
ing, and prot»bly would make a profit." 

Lyons believes that the center could produce 
|2 million to $4 million in actual tax revenue for 
the city by increasing business along tbe tourist 
strip. "It doesn't have to cost the city anything." 
The city has lost 10 or IS conventicms during 
the last 18 months, he said, which chalks up to 
1140,000 to $170,000 a year in tax revenue, not 
counting increased business in other sectors of 
the community. 

"Virginia' Beach is probably the most centrally 
located city on the East Coast," Lyons said, which 
also makes it within easy reach of a lot of conven- 
tion business. 

Brt it is doubtful if the huAel and motel owners 
can quayince citizens that a convention c«iter fin- 
aaced from geaeval o^^tion boato ! »» t h c a o swer. 

Joe tnufstcn, CCO presidrat, raid the group still 
opposes the conveatioo center and would crating 
to do so as loog as other pressing community 
problems, such as the lack of sewers, are not 
solved. 

Some civic leaders have so^ested that the re- 
cently formed Virginia ^cb Recreational Facil- 
ities Authority might be an alternative, but Council- 
aua Robert Callis, who proposed legislation creat- 
ing Qte board, said he did not think it is liklihood. 

Callis said it is doubtful that a private ioves- 
tar would be williag to risk $6 million on a convM- 
tioa center. 

Raabory told Tke Sun that he thinks the only 
wy ^ city will build a wavention center woald 
be tt^Su^ a referMdom, similar to the jail bond 
inae voters mnvved in Novemtier. 

Former City Manager Roger Scott had suKestol 
a refermdum as a way of testing public opinion 
OB ae eoaveatkn center in August before tbe Coun- 
dl deckled to pos^xme any financing of tbe center 
for at Inst ooe year. 

HeaawhUe, Miss Yates and the beach's convention 
bcrtel maaagers are massing statistics of lost ccm- 
vention business in an effort to convince city re- 
sidents that a convention center would be benefi- 
id»l to the city as a whole. 

They admit they have a tough public relatiMs 
Job ahead of ttem, but they haven't lost hofie. 



Car repair 
legislation 



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By 



CABOLE 
Special to 



DESENNE 



BICmOMD-The Virginia couamer nay be ^- 
Ung a break this year if tbe 1975 General Assembly 
votes positively on legislation regalatiag high cost 
for {»rts aad labor has given this s^metit (tftte 
r^air business a bad name in tte eyes of most 
car owaii« Anwrtcans. 

la 1974, tte newly-esUblisbedViiftMaCi»sisskio 
for Professioaal and OecqaUbnal R^falatioa statfed 
such probl^ns and com^lnts and r^onmeaded ttet 
Virginia, Uke California and Washingtoa, t>.C., move 
to impoM «Hitrol5 and strict regaiations oa tte 
motar vMde r^air industry. If this proposed 
bill is paswd it will be unlawful for aaynKAor 
veMcle repair shop to operate without first oMalniBg 
a license from tte Board <rf UO^r Vehicle Bqiair 
Industry. 

Tte board will coosi^ (d iaitoatry maaagers, 
aednaics, instnieUH's and private dttiCM. * 

Tte license must be displayed coa^CHoasly ia tte 
repair sht^. It can te reyoke<| by tte board IvB^as* 
of blse application, frauduleot practices, mtoleatUng 
or dishonest advertising, negligence in npiir work 
or failure to comply with tte rules of the board. 
Failure to deliver yoar revdted licease wodd te a 
misdemeanor with iq> to six montte in Jail aad a 
$500 floe. 



Richmond Report 



Local legislators teve been recnving nuKh mail 
from garage owners aad mechanics. U gtaenl, 
it has been favorite. Some letters ask that tte bill 
te passed becaase it is tased "on bott ecan(Mnic 
and safety factors." Tte writers "^of thMe ideas tor 
siqiport feel the safety factor is tte no^ inmortaat. 
A garage that is operated in aa anscn^uoos or 
grossly iaefflcieitf maarcr can retiBV a car in which 
vital parts are leR ia unsafe coaAtifliis. A state 
regulation cannot guarantee that this sort of thing 
wmt happen, but it can reduce tte chancel ttet it 
will tenwa. 

Uader this proposed new la« a car owner may, 
request a writtoi esttmate d ahy and all work, ' 
labor ctertes aad parts. If co^ go above tte origiBal 
estimate, customer approval anst te obtained bdbre 
proceeding. Tte car owner dodl also rec»lv« a final 
written detailed accooat of aQ labor ud parts charges 
before payment for tte services. Some dMps al^* 
- ready CKer Uiis type of service to tte caatfNner, 
bat DMter tte new law, if adopted, if abosiaess 
fails to comply «ltt tte request its lic^e would 
te, revoked. 

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KhEie said, "Bepair diopi vill find it to Vmr ad- 
vaiMage to only hire eertifl«] mectenics, and tte 
pd>lic likewise to only teve work done in Ucensed 
shops with certified diechaaics. ' ' ^^ 

Bob Nickersmi of Bob's SteU^taUMHiirTirgiaU 
Beach, feels licensing of shops uTa good idea but 
sees problems with ^ certiflcatloo of macbanics. 
"Ttere are so many tests invdved ttat we me> 
chaaic would have to te a geaius to pass thm all, 
aad if te did a saull shi9 mold not afiMd to hire 
him. All ttese tests cost raooey. too".. 

Most prage ovmers aad mechanics toidt tte same 
stand as Hal Kittoo, fbnter mechanic aad garage 
owner. Litton said, "If yon havta licensed shop and 
could loose your lic^ise because at faolty r^ir 
work, you will make sure Oat tte work Is done 
properly and would {HiAably want your mechanics 
certified." 

Otter ams tte commissiai studied aod recom- 
mended regulati(ws on were geologists, massage 
technicians, pesticide applicators, water well coa- 
tractors and security guards. For an occqmtkn or 
professicMi to te stntted Iqt tte Virgil Coaunlssioa 
for Professi(»aI aad OccopatiMal B^alatioe, tte 
group or individual re<pestiag it mast show cause 
why tte pubUc healtt, welfare and safetaisthrMtened 
by oimgalated acUvity. 

Otter items td iitferest to Viif^ Beach ratideats 
ttet are teing eonsitered by tte Gaaeral Assembly 
are a ctarter ctenge ttat wovld add a P^ic Utili- 
ties Departneat to tte Bndi's maaidpal onani- 
sation ant increase tte mayor's nlary. They were 
r^orted favorably by tte House Committoe oo Coontv 
Cities and Towns. 



Forum 



Letters frpm 
our readers 



'Vicious affock' 



E«tor, Ttelaa: 

I read wttt astoaishinaat yoarvicioas 
editorial attack on John M. McGna aad 
T. Justin Moore Jr. of Vapeo CtUBm, 
Jan. IS). How can yoB poasiUy bteme 
V^co's rate iacreasa oa ttese two 
men? 

Uitforttiatriy, electricity is aot a aa- 
tural resource; It has to te jKtsdncad. 
And with the high cost of bel, H caa- 
uri te podtenl as cteaply as ia tte 
past, ne cost of heating oU f»- oar 
bmne tes tuMei iatwo ynrs, aad kick 
at tte cost of gasoliM. Do yos expect 
V^eo to absorb tte eqwnse of costly 
ftel and aot puw it oa to tte coosamer? 
Ttat woM te aalve. 

"ne h^ a»t and ahortag e (rf Mergy 
is a grave fttt^m, and we caaat^ ex- 
pect to siMw aay part (tf it by o«t- 
rageoos iasalto. 



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Eitttor, lite Sua: 

Ttere has never been a time when 
|ad>lic confidence in goverara«it is so 
low as it is now. For tte past year 
we have been deluded witt revelations 
of campaign financing scandals, blatant 
conflicts (rf interest and illegal prac- 
tices bf self-serving lobbying organi- 
sations' seeking to Influence pidjiic de- 
ctoisas. Ttese reveUtioos teve affected 
piddic confidence in government at tbe 
Utional, state, and local levels. 

\.rginia tes its first opportunity to 
respond legisUttvely to tbis lossofiwfalic 
coofidenec in tte current ses«(w of tte 
General Assembly Three bills teve been 
introduced which, if passed, would go a 
long way in wtet will necessarily te a 
continulag effort to reaffirm Virgiwaas' 
respect and confidence in government. 

Tte S«iate Privileges aod Elections 
Committee is now considering the 1975 
Campaign Practices Act. This bill, spon- 
sored by Sen. William V. Bawliogs (D- 
C^ron), makes substantial and much 
MOdad chaises in tte methods of fradi^ 
electiais ia tte Commmweaith. irad<^ed 
tte trill wfMM: 

(1) Ctoat aavenl to^hote in te ex- 
isttag jHnutere »»■ ttactetag COB- 
trtbMsm and e^ttttms: 






(2) S^ Umitetions <m tte amount any 

corporations aod unicms; 
(SyaricUy prttmt cootribotioBs I7 

corporatloos and wiIobs; 

(4) Establish limits on tte total amoint 
ttet can te sport in campaigns; aad 

(5) Ufot iraportaatly give tte SUte 
Board of Electtoos^lte i»cessary 
aitfhority to te able to effectively 
etiorc^ttelaw. 

Ttese reforms, if adopted, wmild place 
Virginia in the forefront of the efforts 
to remove big money influence from 
political campaigning, and to reserve a 
place for individuals of modest mnas 
to participate as candidates in tte po- 
litical process. 

Sen. Adelard Brault (D- Fairfax) tes 
introduce) a series ofvmendments to tte 
Virginia CMflict of Interest Act ttet 
would require all elected officials in tte 
Commmwealtt to file annual financial dis- 
closure statements that wouk fnclode 
all major ecCNKtmic interests and their 
categorical values. Tte ameodmenU 
would also require Ittentificaticm of in- 
terests by name rather tton by general 
cat^ory as ^jecified ta tte carrMt law. 
UM importantly the amendments would 
require ttat the financial disclosure state- 
m^s te available to tte |wblic not «ly 
la Bichfflond but ia local city and CMnty 
courthwises. Ttese am^dments wtmU 
PDVlte tte public with a i^sonaUebuto 
for evaluatii^ decisitms by ele^ed or 
appoiatMl officials ^^ relaU^ lhe»# 



(^isinis to ttelr ^owMaic interests. 

Lobbyists attemi^iBg to influence pidtlic 
decisions ia tte CommcMwealU cerate 
Witt little or no etective cMitrol The 
existing l^slatlon Is so nant>w in scope 
ttet a Idilqrist could coMeivably takaj 
tte aitire General Assembly on an all ' 
expenses paM trip to Bermuda to in- 
flu«M;e tteir vote on a particular bill 
without teving to declare this expen- 
diture n tte required lobbying report. 
Needtess to say tte piblic has a rigU 
to know vAat kAbyists are (toii« and tew 
they are attem^ing to infioence tte public 
d^slon raaklBg process. Del. J. Mar- 
stall Coleman (B-Staunton) tes intro- 
<te»d a om^vheasive but practical lob- *< 
bying disclosure statide ttat will close 
tte tooptoles ia tte extstU^ statute while 
r^atei^ a cttixens right to peUtion his 
elected r e itf teerta flvts. 

I can (»ly hope ttet tte Gateal As- 
sembly will act affirmatively ^riagtte 
cttrrMt session to reestablish p<Mle 
(^itfdMee la bur governmental processes 
tv aAipting campaign anochg, cMfllct 
of i^erest and lolling tfsctosure re- 
torns. Oar refn-eseitativs m Richmwd 
ne^ to know ttet peo^ in TUewtfer 
a» Merested ta ttase retorns. 

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Beach Sports 



The Sun, Jan. 22, 1975 -- A-5 



For cpnr^}tete Beach wrestling 
and b4aMb»\\ wrap-ups, see 
pagA A(|6 and A-?. 



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Kellam's on top though their 
record isn't, soys Broye 



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By STEVE BtONDO 
Sua- Siiir Writer 



Coack Willie Braye said it Friday, a lev hours 
kefore Us youi% Kellam squad got <» tte bos 
hMdlog for the Norfolk Arena, vtere tlie KiriKMs 
mtre to take on Maury, 

"We have got to win tonlgM to stay in it,* said 
WilUeBraye. 

ne sliovdown is cm of tte most time-IUMred 
(d tforts emits, when two touas of safmrim aai 
ftried strencfcts vie for an occastonaUy eptonenl - 
but sometimes real - crown or coi^reaee tttte. 

YM, tbe showdown la WtUie Braye's caw ms 
a Uttte different. 

In the case d Kellam and C(»ch Braye, tbe Jan. 

: 17 meeting of Maury and Kellam - their secood (rf 

this season - was a l»ttlesof two teams strnggUng 

to meet at a point of common mediocrity witUa 

their respective l^gues. 

Maory almost certainly felt it was coming down 
a level to 1^y Kenan - a feeling ondeniabie la 
uy Norfolk coach's mtaid'ais setaon where Bndi 
I are coBcemed. 




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"We're still thinking positive. We 
know ttiat ttiinking and doing are 
two different things. If we can see 
improvement down the stretch, w» 
can have a successful se«s«i." 
. —Kellam coach Willie Bray* 



KeUam was in that tenooos petition of b^ig coa- 
•idered amoag tbe worst toims of a crop of M- 
soccessful Virginia Beach rooadball iqnda bi t*T4- 
IS. Going against Manry for the secoad ttmc of 
tbe season, KeUam was still searching for its fint 
district win. Overall, the Knig^ were 1-t. Tbrir 
one ravvioas win bad been aa early saasoa aoe- 
distiiet win over Maury, 62-S8. 

■When we plajred Maury tbe first tine, I think 
ttiat everything we had to do «ie did," says Braye. 
"1 often w<mdered if they had gotten overconfidait. 
It gave us the momeitfura. We hope we can be as 
miccessful as tbe last time.' 

Friday the Knights played in fr<nt of a Norfolk 
crowd at old Norfolk Arena, factog the Maury Com- 
modores. According to' the Norfolk papers, aotbiag 
particularly vital was at stake in tte pme. 
' Coach Braye and tbe Kellam players apparently 
tO(* a different view of things, as tbey whipped 
Manry for tbe second time of tbe year in a 69- 
61 s^piraker. Senior forward Gary Woodbouse scored 
25 pcrints and junior 6-4 Brian Macoo exercised 
enough %o»rd cmtrol to sbut out Commodore ehasees 
for second shots. Macon also sank 16 points for 
tte Knights, and 5-7 senior guard R(rt>ert Ho^s 
als<f hit for 16. Knight KUey S|»in came (tfftbe 
beMb to add anotber 10 points. 



"yn^en we played Maury ttie first 
time. I thif4c ttiat everything we hMl 
to do we did. i often wondered if 
they had gotten overconfident. It 
gave us the momentum." 

--Kellam coach WiilieBraye 



Maury led by five at the half, but Willie Braye's 
tnm cai^ht the Commodores in the third qnrter 
and added another nine for good mrasure. Then the 
KelUm offense cooled off mementarily and Manry - 
crefrt tack into rai^e, yet timely KeUam rebouatflBg 
saved the Knight effort, staving (M tte Haary threat 
to preserve the ow-point wlming margin. 

With at least me district win now mder tbrir 
belt, tte Knights Ire ^efol of a tt^raai^t hartt^; 
awattM to te tq> seven district teams. H m^as 
ttey will Uve to win a good maqr ^^mv strict 
m^ests. And that schedule incluitestMa» like Boc^r 
T., Nonriew, First Colmial and Prucess Ai^. ne 
K^gbts lost to all four tmmtt wtai they met in Vta 
first third of the scholastic season. 

"Tbe boys iqdrits are still h^h," says Braye. 
-We're stiU tefri^. We're sttU hc^ag ve'U be s«e- 
cessftil tbe rest gt tte smsor." 

Braye is r^tetaat to ertthfie Ms Sfntftooerit- 
leally in' two reaWM. Qm is tte teua's jmutt. 
Hag^ and WooAswc an tte only sUrttag soAws 
Oh tte cW. Wai^ tUArtn, Kellam's t-S ^tt»r 
^iter, wver pl#Bd nMd^ hall befoiv ttis ^u-. 
CM^iln tes be« ^lUm Ms any throagh a ^trse 
mr for tte Ki^Ms la a ^wtelbaActbaU pMttton. 
Ays Bra^, ^Re tes ^> ^bai^. It's jut a lack 
<d aqpuMn*." Yet tte raaeh ^ds, "He's iminwad 
ta«BMdo«ly tately ' 



CUstelm's situation parrots tbe rest of ttes«iad's 
Aide to call oa aa adequate reserve of offense when 
aeeded, tte KatgMs have had a crying need for board 
control. 

"If we have a team weakness, It must te re- 
bouadiag. We're not getting eno^b of tte offensive and 
defeasive rabomds," says Braye, adding that teight is 
not tte real determining factor here since it's 
"basically evenly distributed" around tbe city teams^ 

But Norfolk, erf tourse, is another story. 

"Ililhy're Ug," smiles Braye. "But we generally 

Ciqi fb' tte Norfolk teams because we think they're 
test tlqrlMveagoodstroi^srecreationalpragram 
laNorfi^ Laai jtw I had my boys playing [m their 
summer iMgae and it tes telp«l us." 

IB 1174-75, KeUam 's luck against liorfolk squads — 
wiQi tte ^ngle eic^on of Maury -- has been tad. 
Graata^fiHTiew and Lake Taylor all snubbed tte 
Kaig(|poy 2S plants or tetter so far this year. The 
PIkits railed 19 »33-point difference in their contest 
Witt Mlaai, a game played -- appropriately for 
KeUam — « Friday, Dec. 13. Braye admits to tbe 
frustratioas olnFkms to such a situation. 

"Aiv coadi waats to win. As to tte frustrations 
aflMMag my perfortaaiKe as a coach, no. It's just a 
natter of tte time element." Braye says that tte' 
.fecltag is CTltfeirt on tte squad, too. "We^lon't have ' 
a i^oblem witt attitade. We don't have those tjnpe of 
kMs. We're wiaaers, ttough our record nuy not in- 
dicate it." 

Ag^ta^ KempsviUe, Braye feels, tte team showed 
ttet wiaaiag attitate by plajring tte CUefo down to tte 
wlra, thoa^ KeUam )rlelded772-67 in that game. The 
proUen of fmstr^oo thus becomes involved witt 
moUvatfoB. and a vicious cycle is begun. 



"It's hard for any coach to say 
h<m much a ymjng player is moti- 
vatirtl. . .1 think sometimes you can 
put too much pressure on a young 
kid." 

—Kellam coach WiilieBraye 



''It's, hard for a coach to say bow much a young 
Idayer is UMiivtfed," says Braye. "In the Kemps- 
viUe game I saw a lot of good things they (tte team) 
did. M I think sometimes you can put too much 
pressure on a young kid." 

Yet Coach WiUie Braye has a tremendous faitt 
ia tte elasticity of his youthful jsquad. He things they'U 
booaceback. 

"We're sUU ttiiddi« positive. Wektewttatthiaking 
aail dotac are two diflereid things. If we en see 
t a^rowm eat dova tte stretch, we can teve a saecess- 1 
fM Masoo." Braye adAi, "I can see a trenoidoaaj 
tip ro fwa wt mat year. Tte maturity, I feel, at thial 
pukL la grorim. Tte rvmaiader of tteseasoowUl te< 
a i^actkn of ttk" 

So Kelltn yet has half a roundball season to play, 
half 9t tte games ia tte Eastern District, half of tbem 
oat. BM area if tte Kaights vwe to lose item aU, tte 
dis^i|x^bBent of ttet fiaality would te tempered for 
Braye bv one lingering scent of sweetness, the wins 
over Manry; tte sweetaiess of leaving Norfolk Arena 
00 a cold Tidewater night, with no tai^ible promise 
ttet tte rest of 197S wmld te much warmer, yet 
tertflg Uw satisfoction of knowing at least one supreme 
^tot was made, and tte desired result acMeved. 

Not tte win itself, not that. But tbe result d a Utile 
selfTre^eet gaiaed or even swapped. The feeling ttet, 
■s Coadi Willie Braye says, "We stand as good as 
i^bo^else." 



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goes up over Cox's Johnny Rich- 
ards (34) as Knights War- 
ren Chisholm (11) and Gary 
Woodhouse (25) look on. Wood- 



house rambled for 23 points 
against the Falcons, but Cox 
hung on to win, 64-58, in the 
Jan. 3 contest. 



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Sports Record 



Rtsyks 

BASKETBALL 

Jul 14 

First Colonial 90, Bajrside 61 

bayside JVs 60, First Colonial JVs S« ' 

I^ irst Colonial Girls 64. Bayside Girls 38 

KempsviUe 72, KelMD 67 

Kempsville Jr. 82, PriiKess Aiue Jr. S4 

First Colonial 56, Norview 51 
Norview JVs 66, First Colonial JVs 85 
Granby 71, Princess Ame 58 
Granby JVs 56, Princess Anne JVs 46 
Lake Taylor 58, Cox 49 
Lake Taylor JVs 71, Cox JVs 53 
Bayside Jr. 47, Kempsville Jr. 42 
JCellam 69, Maury 68 
Kempsville 92, Baysiite 56 
Bayside JVs 66, Kempsville JVs 60 
KwmpsvUle Girls 69, Bayside Girls 36 

WRESTLING 
Jan. IS 

Cox 2S, Kellam 19 
Bayside 27, First Colonial 22 
' Princess Anne 56, Graidyy 9 

Friday 

KempsviUe 32, Lafoyette 13 

Saturday 

Kempsville 42, Lake Taylor 15 
Princess Anne 55, Maury 3 
Kellam 24, Norview 23 
First Colonial 56, Granby 5 
Cox 45, Boidcer T. Waskington 5 

TRACK 

Kellam 80, Ifaury 38 

Princess Amie 75, First Colonial 43 

Bayside 77, Kempsville 40 

Norview 59, Cox 58 

GTMASTICS 

Princess Anne 118.75, Kellam 107.30 



Eastern District 
Basketball 

(ThrooKh Ifonday) 




District QveraU 
W L W L 



Granby 

BodcerT. 

FIRST COLONUL 

Norview 

PRINCESS ANNE 

Maury 

KEMPSVILLE 

Lake Taylor 

COX 

KELLAM 

•BAYSIDE 



7-0 
6-0 
4-8 
3-2 
^3 
4-4 
4-4 
1-4 
1-5 
1-6 
1-6 



11-1 
8-0 
6-4 
6-3 
4-4 
6-5 
6-6 
3-5 
2-9 
2-8 
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WRESTLING 
Toall^t 

Cox at Lake Taylor \ 

Princess Anne at Bayside 
Maury at Kellam 
Kempsville at Norview 

Salsntay 

Cox at Kempsville 

Granby at Kellam 

Booker T. Washington at Bayside 

First Colonial at Princess Anne 

(All matches 8 p.m.) 






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Independence Jr. at Virginia Beach Jr. 
Bayside Jr. at Princess Anne Jr. 
Kempsville Jr. at Lynnbavea Jr. 
(All matches 4 p.m.) 

GYMNASTICS 
Tkursday 

Princess Anne at Kem|»ville 
Cox at Kellam 

Mowiay 

Kempsville at Bayside 
(Routines beflD at 6. p.m.) 

BASKETBALL 
Friday 

First Colonial at Kellam 

Princess Anne at Norview 

Maury at Cox 

Bayside at Granby 

Booker T. Washington at Kem(»vUle 

Saterday 

Princess Aiae at Clwrchland ' 

Twaday 

Wrfinia Beach Jr. at Independence Jr. 
Princess Anner Jr. at Bayside Jr. 
Lynriav^ Jr. at KempsviUe Jr. 

iAU jtnlor Ugh games 4:15 p.m.) 
[ellam at Booker T. Washisftoo 
Bayside at Princess Anne 

(All senior high varsity basketball games b^o 
at 8 p.m., preceded by the girl's games at 6:15 
p.m. and Oe junior varsity at 4:30 p.m.) 



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Lhiperturfoed by what the scoreboard 
says, Bayside coach Conrad Parker calls 
for his team to take evasive a<t:tion and 
keep the score below tfte 100-point 
mark. The out-gunned Marlins succeed- 
ed, dropping the Friday ni^t game to 
Ken^)svitle, 92-56. 



C\\ieh crush Marlins, 
Beach teams on way up 




Marlin Jay Madison (44) pops 
a jumper over Kempsvi lie's 
Craig uram in the closing se- 
conds of ttie Ken^sville-Bay- 



side contest Friday night. Mad- 
ison was high Bayside scorer 
with 11 points. 



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Early week basketball action was Ught at the Beach, 
with just two city contests on tap for Jan. 14. Atton 
Hill's First Colonial squad stomped Bayside for the 
second time this season, dumping the MarUns by a 
90-68 score. The Patriots, led by guard ^wedy 
(kiner, ^ed out a narrow l^d in the first three 
periods, then blew the game wide open to take their 
first victory in tteir last five starts. The diiBpii« 
First Colonial squad was fired up against Ccmrad 
Parker's team, outscoring the Marlins 32-15 in Uie 
final quarter of the game. Gainer deposited 24 
points, keeping his 21 a game average intact. Join- 
ing Gainer in the scoring sidurge was Ron Zolli- 
coffer, who hit for IS (m tiie night, and Alan Tnmer 
and Ed BarcUlIe, who each scored 13. Bayside's 
high point mu was forward Keith Brown. Brown 
scored 21, the only Marlin in doidile figures. 

Kempsville sho(A off an qwet threat by WUUe 
Bnye's Kellam team Jan. 14 when the Knights 
closed to within two pnots of the Chiefs in the 
contest's foorth quarter. The Chiefs, who were 
called foi' two technical fools in the game, regained 
coBtnd irtien the Knights could not summon the clutch 
defniK needed to tie it up. Kellam's Brian Macon 
scored 25 on the night to teammate Gary WooiUMMse's 
22. The Chiefs boasted four players in doiAlefignres, 
including Mason Moton, wbo hit for 23, and aU-City 
Ibrward OUver Mayfield wbo poised in 14. The loss 
made it six in a row for the hapless Knights. 

Kellam turned its luck around, however, tte fol- 
lowing Friday, taking on the Commodores at Noriblk 
Arna and slapfdng Maury down by a 69-68 score. 
Four Knights toppled into the double figure columns. 
Wobdhouse, as usual, hit for 25, but be was jdned 
by Robert Hughes and Brian Macon — who contri- 
bakeA 16 ^lece — and sub Kiley Spain added another 
10 to boost the Kellam morale to a badly needed 
district victory. 

Fint Colonial played twice mor« later in the week, 
meting and beating over-rated Norview 56-51 on 
Friday and NorfoUc Collegiate, 71-69 Saturday even- 
ing. The Patriots took both games by narrow margins, 
but they took 'em, basicaUy on the shooting of 5-10 
gimrd Speeds Gainer. Gainer totaled 50 points in both 
games, an even 25 in each, hitting 15 of his total 
apdnst Norview in the final period. The Patriots 
m^Ied Norview gun Dan Ware and Mi 26-poiirts- 
z-wuae scoring average by allowiag the PUot's 
Hg man jast 18 points, nearly the difference in the 
winning score. Ron Zolllcoffer, fast becoming Gainer's 
best court support, popped in aaotter 12 points 
fra- First Colonial. Against Collegiate, Gainer was 
idnad by Ed Barcliffe (15) and Alan Turner (11), 



as weU as by Tim Moon's 12 pcdnts. Moon woo the 
tight Collegiate contest fbr First Colonial bf popping 
two quick shots in the final three seconds, and hitting 
on the second to break the fie. Moon's shot also burst 
the Collegiate lo-game winuioK streak. 

Bill Cochrane's KempsviUe sqnad boxed Bayside 
Friday, 92-56, maknng it the swondgaaelna am — 
aalthe^i4.ttae this wmm^ — tka 
given up 90 points or mor« to 
OUver Mayfield and biUy WomUe had twin poiirt 
totals of 21 apiece, nicely supported by Kevta Divis' 
12 and Mastm Moton's 14. "Ae MarUns have lost 
four straigU. The Bayside squad, who put Noriaan 



Beach 




Seventh Week 



BUlqis and Jay Madison in doid>le figures with 11 
aidece against Kempsville, holds (town last place 
in the Eastern District. 

Princess Anne thought it had a good dance ^aiut 
Granby Friitey, and mae taoof^ tbe Comets held a 
slim lovr-point lead at teUUme. Yet Oe Eastws 
District leaders snapped out of fiietr lethargy in the 
final period whn Leo AidhOBy's mfU&^aA the lead to 
43-41 and went on to take cootrid of the cortatt 
Cavalier guard Dong Long sctn^ 15 poiirts an 
man for PA, IMIowed by 6-7 cciter Rick 
14. Banta pnUed down 10 rebends against Gi 
as weU, but got ampte sqiport frwa twaatw 
EUis and Dennis Cainy. Caaqr and EUls cea trB int e i 
awrtber 10 apiece to the loBtag came. 

Cox, coached by PUl WilUams, lost toaaim|Hiovii« 
Late Taylor team Friday night by an oninqiiried score 
of 58-49. The young Falcons have woo Just oae stmt 
in district competition thus far this year, and the loss 
to the Titans puts them Just one game above faasemeat- 
dweUers KeUam and Bayside. Beule Pierce was one 
of the Falcon's bright q»ts a^i^t Lake Taylor. 
Pierce pumped in 16 .poUls, whUe t^mmates Bobby 
AUen and Barry Brooks ctMnUned fm- 25 mm^. Cox 
fimatemd the Titans in Uie third perkd, bat Late 
Taylor r^ained its second wind and palled away, 
widening the winning naigia to nine prints by the 
final buuer. 



Lady gynwiasfs 
sfep out in styk 




Bula'ik 
GruM 



Kempsville's Billy O'Dell (44) races 
downcourt, keeping an eye open for team - 
mates under the basket. O'Dell dichi't 
score in Vhe Friday contest with Bay- 
side, but the rest of the Chiefs' squad 
confined for 92 points, their highest 
outpi4 of the season. 



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Kellam's Barbie Scar- 
celli does her optional rou- 
tine on ItM balance beam 
Thursitey's gym- 
meet at Pr'incest 
Scarcelli placed 
the balance beam 
ccn^ttiiMt, iMit tfie Cav- 
alier girls WW ttw meet. 



during 

nasties 

Anne. 

first 




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Lisa We^all. Princess Anne's prize 
gymnast, performs on Vhe balance beam 
iri c«ifMiition with tfie lady i^mnasts 
fnmi Kellam. Westf all placed second to 
Kellam's Barbie Scarelli on ttie balance 
bewn, but Princess ^Wme wkm ttie meet 
heM Thyr««tey at Princess Afme. 



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Cox edges Ke/lam, but 
Knights upset Nor view 



Tte bltftst wiwrtUag 
(tt«l Mrf « Ot lVI4-n 
mmt^mi rtptt 4Mm to 
tte Ibtf tait Su. IS ta a 
jaffi-fMMCta tt^fjm- 
aatfai li m^hg tat 
pemrM KdlAoi Mrove to 
owrttoov tke denteace 
Cn'f Bin Gitennth ud 
Us FalcoB grappHag 
s^nds kan^pdaodorer 
Tidewater aad Virrinla 
BMdi tte la^ loar ins- 
s«u. 

Before a stanUig roon 
ott^ £n»d MBBbntag aa 
eatlnated S,000 qi^a- 
tors, On «» its SOOi r«- 
getar aeasw dial «Met bjt 
edgiag Tie Gregor's 
Ki^Mk, Kit. Tbe Oul 
boirt (rf tte efHriagmsto 
(tecite tte Bed's Mte»ie 
as Kellaa tad eined to 
wlttia ttree peiMsMC(a's 
22politf taUirttttasttte 
beavT'^A iMttA wft. 

PtlMtottelmvyweliiit 

Sliced Witt a aoBber (rf 
eBDUoaal Battles. Unde- 
feated N-poiade> Jim 
Britt from Kenan beat 
Cob's Taylor Wooten^in a 
l2-»AeiiAalitteopeBii« 
boi^ tatf tte FaletMs ^aaie 



Ittck to talce tbe oejrt Uve 
matches, iaeMtag.steto 
clkampioa CMs C^ik- 
vr^'s I:1S pla M Us 
KeUan typoiM. ^ tte 
KUgtt's Itt'pnata- JAo 
Vouer e^^QMtem Hnd- 
gins, t-1, iamtmA but, 
follOTred bf ob^M Atel- 
pims Haya^' iMde^stoo 
over CoK's Gqr Ibi^ert 
at 145, 

DeoUs aoigb a«>red t 
10-0 DiajM' iteelsiai owr 
GcM Eflrd to gin Cox 
a wider ed^ ^tmMo tte 
167<poand boot b^een 
Danny Johnsim aid Kel- 
lan's aAateaCarlBraso. 
Brsso pteMd JtttuoB in 
an enoUoBal bort 1» a One* 
ot 4:42. 

In Us debrt mrtcb id 
tte season, IK-peander 
G«ie AoB took Qtry Bkd- 
lowdl's place ta ttat dot, 
and tte Kellamgr^grter 
WOK a 9-4 deeiaiA over 
Cox's Bill Bandto. Tte 
tU-ee-point teaa add made 
tte s«>re Cox 22, Kenan 
19, giving ielkuB a efeaace 
of qisettiag tte Faleoos 
if bea«]rw«^ Dan^ BUI 
cndd wn 1^ ettter a na- 
lor ded^a 4^ Iqr a pin. 



Beach 




Seventh Week 



A decision bjr less tban 10 
pirtBts wgnid tevfe tied tte 
meet. 

B«t Falcon 220-pmader 
Bobiqr SriUw sc(»«dpoiirts 
tm ttlcedowBs tad wm a 
too^ S-2 deciskm over 
tte 240-pMDd Hill in a 
b<wt stopped <w several 
occasioBS «flm excited 
fans crowded etta tte mat. 
Keltan tost its Ui to gp- 
sct tte Cox sqsid, now 
boastiBg a wtaoing streak 
(rf SO in a rew, Iqr a seore 
ot 2S-19. 

to (M»r Jan. 15 mat 

action, Bayside onUasted 

First Colonial, n-U, de- 

l^ile a Mrong Patrtot surge 

.to tte apper w^0» ittvl- 



sfaws. It was a see-saw 
tetUe flBtll Harlitt 132- 
powder Cterlie Ballon and 
l^-ponnder Joe Gallop 
{rtuMd tteir PatnM oppo- 
nents to grab 12 team 
pdnto and jump ift^ of 
First Colraial. Tte tatd 
was cut by imbeaten -Pa- 
trirt 13t-pdteder Freeman 
Gregg, wlw sanwi a wal- 
loirtng ZH-l major decision 
to q> Us individual record 
to 8-0. First Colonial's 
Jack Wareii^ and Dave 
Hideomb sparked a come- 
teck with their decisions 
over Uarlln grapplers 
aeve Bisblog and Bobt^ 
Little. ValeniFeltoB'shea- 
vywelgbt decision over 




The crowd doth protest 



Kellam ; fans come alive watching 
Kel lam's Richard Gordon score a point 
against 132-pouider Chris Conkwri^t. 
Conkwright stayed in control, tiowever. 



and pinned tfie Kellam grappler 15 
seoMids into the second period of their 
bout. Cox went on to win, 25-19. 




Bayside's Mark WUte- 
hoose was anti-climatic, 
towever, because in tte 
previous match unl>eateD 
18S-pouiid Marlin grawler 
Charlie Skipper pinned 
Robbie Lett with 25 se- 
conds remaining in tte 
bout. 

Arbie Davis' Princess 
Anne squad trounced Gran-, 
by Jan. 15, 56-9, as four 
Cavaliers won on forfeits 
over tte out-classed Co- 
rn^. Jeff Jraes, Cavalier 
105 -pounder, pinned his 
G r a D b y onionent witt a 
1:30 remaining in tbe bout. 
Be was joined later by 
185-pound graH>ler Mikf; 
Josei^, wto won six t^am 
points for PA l>y pinhing 
Us man in 1:02. Craig 
Vosler telpedroU vp tte 
Cavalier score by crush- 
ing Granby's Lionel Mead, 
20-0, for a major deci- 
jion. 
Triday action saw Just 
one Beach team In coit^- 
tition. Kempsville trounc- 
ed visiting Lafayette of tte 
Prainsula District, 32-14, 



on tte streagtt that tte 
CUefs evinced to tte low- 
er and middle-weights. 
KempsTiUe, beginning witt 
112-poander Scott Meyers 
won six coBsecutive boots, 
all on decisions. Meyera, 
and 138-poimd performer 
Rick Ha^rlB, won ^ Ba- 
Jor decitiins oo scores of 
16-2 aad'll-i. Tte CUefs 
fared less weU to tte up- 
per weight divisions, witt 
Mark RimarsU at 185 tte 
lone Kempsville victor 
ttere. Rimarski pinned Ms 
Lafayette opponent at 2:25 
uto the bout. At 155, Jdm 
Beaton drew 6-6 witt La- 
fayette's Young. 

Tte CUefs did even tet- 
ter tte next night against 
Lake Taytor, blitxi^ tte 
Titans 42-15. KempsviUe 
gran>lers breezed through 
tte first six bouts, win- 
iag five of item <x pins. 
Wayro Martto started 
ttings oak witt a 3:^ pto 
of Us TitMt cooater-part, 
foUowed by Dana Jaek«» 
at 105, Dave Bogart at 
119 and James Davenport- 



wrestling to place of 
welgU-troubled Boi^y 
TaU-at 126. Also taUi« 
a wto was 132-poui^er Ro- 
ger Martto. Martto took 
Us man down in 59 sec- 
(»ds, givii« tte CUefs a 
1-0 team lead at that point. 
Rimarski kept bis once- 
beaten string alive by 
damping Titan Billy Eason, 
8-2. 

Satupday also featured 
tte second big match-i4> 
ot tte mid-seas(» to one 
week when Kellam - after 
chasing. Cox Jan. 15 and 
losiq; narrowly. 25-19 - 
q»et Norview on Gene 
Bonn's 5:03 pto of Bobby 
WUte, a b(Nit victory that 
put tte Knights out ahead 
of tte Pilots to stay. 
Heavyweight Danny Hill 
lost Us second straight 
match to tte next bout, suf- 
fering a pto by Norview's 
D. T. Joyner at Just 2:26. 
Anotter Kellam hM|h-potat 
was 16T^poond CaN 
Bruso's 7-6 decision over 
tq>-raaked Mike Benzel. 
Braso tlws ke^its Us un- 



beaten ctert intact, put- 
ting Um to top ctmtention 
for r^ional honors when 
tte toumamenU roll 
around to February. Also 
remaining unbeaten for 
Kellam are 98 -pounder 
Jim Britt and 145-pound 
performer Adolphus Hay- 
nes. 

Mil Gvtermntt's Cox 
team stomped out-classed 
Booker T. WasUngton, 45- 
5, taking every match trat 
two. Stor 132-poimder 
Chris Conkwright won a 
14-3 major decision over 
Booker T. s Mike Wil- 
liams, and Dennis Slough 
at 155, Danny Johnson at 
167 and BiU Bamett at 
185 won on ptos, Johnson's 
to a 1:21. , 

It was a banner night 
for Beach squads overall, 
as First Colonial and Prin- 
cess Anne also flexed tteir 
grayling muscles to over- 
p<nrer Norfolk rivato. Ben 
Forehand's patriots beat 
Qraal^ l^ a 56-5 score, 
wUle Maury was trooiK- 
ed Iqr tte CavaUeris, 55-3. 



iMoeaten 145-p<Mffider Adolphus 
Haynes gri|» Cox's Guy Hevt-^ 
bury durif^ their crucial txNft 
of Jwn. 15*$ ma^-i4> t>etwe«r 



#ie Falcons ami the Kellam gr^- 
plers. Naples won Ihebwit, de- 
fMting New^Mjry on a 11-4 de- 
ciition. 




Ketlam's 240-pound heavyweight Daraiy 
Hill thrmvs a block on his Cox cotm- 
terpaH Bobby Stubbs. Hill, undefeated 
goif^ into tti« mateh, lost to.Sfc^s, 



9-2. StiM>s was once-beaten in the early 
seaswi. His clutch win seimd up V*s 
Jan. 15 dwl meet for ttie Falcons, 
wtto mm, 25-19. 



Hockey tourncunenf Saturday Scholarships avaikible 



A junior hockey tei^oe 
nMBd-robu twnam^ 
vUl te teU &tarkf atf 
MMlNr ^ tap 
TWewater i«# 
teams and vising 
fr^ Ftirtu and BnMte, 
Va, 

^ tMnamcwt is ^^to- 
doMd blt^ SaM^yat 
3 p.m.. trmu^ tte Red 
Wings ke«ft*v tame al 



7:M. A secnd seri^ of 

juntor toelH^ wMhs wiU 

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pn at 9 a m. and last unbl 
4 p.B.GaneswiUteptoyM 
in three a^wtte ^w 4- 
visii^ ^ boys nq^ 
to age ftutt 11 to tf ywrs 
old. Tte ^lic is invited 
to att«d free <rf cterge. 



ArM U^ scteol seniors 
who |da^ Dixie Youth 
tasAaU fr«B mes 8 to 12 
an tiJ^iUt Iw telf a Ap- 
mk $no mUeft Mi^u- 
M^ bM^o^ndlqrliWe 
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MraMiiiMuB, Ala. 

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to 12. 

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'When I grow up J 

Students ponder careers 



li'» career montti at Thalia Element- 
ary School, and youngsters in ttie gifted 
progrant, in the school's 4th, 5th and 
6th grades jre interviewing panels^ of 
policemen, lawyers and even newspaper 
reporters each day to get an inside 
opinion on ttie Job market. 

Today youngsters will meet persons 



involved in careers in communicatiwis 
and transportation, including a reporter 
from The Sun. 

But for a sneak preview, The Sun asked 
the youngsters about their plans for the 
future, and some students' career goals 
are surprisingly well-defined. 




"I want to study psychology, and ask 
kids wt^^t their problems are. And some- 
times Icould solve the problems. I'd 
like to be a child psychologist." 

Cathy Leckie, II, 6th grade, daughter of 
Cmdr. and Mrs. William 0. Leckie, 
1016 Bennington Itoad^ 



CATHY LECKIE 




Sun phofos by Cfii/drey Forber 



"I'd like to be an anthr<^ologist. I like 
to study old things. I want to study din- 
osaurs." 

Kevin Mosman. 10, 4th grade, son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Eugene Mosman, 512 Gawain 
Court. 



"I can't make up my mind between zoo- 
logy, football, being on a rescue squad 
or bising a doctor." 

Erik Walter, 9. 4th grade, son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Larry Walter, 6340 Buck- 
nell Circle. 




KEVtN MOSMAN 



ERIK WALTER 



"I want to be a scientist. I'm planning 
on chemistry. I like working with che- 
micals and experimenting." 

Ben Felts, II. 5th grade, son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Ben Felts, 5229 Hancock Court. 





"I'm not really sure what I'd like to do, 
but probably something in big business. 
Big Business seems to be pretty good. 
It's well-paid." 

Mark Foreman, 9, 4th grade, son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Charles Foremen, 852 Mor 
gan Trail. ^ __^ 



Bflsf FEirS 



MARK FOREMAN 





i "I want to be a nuclear scientist so I 
ccHjId vwrk for space and stuff." 

Neal Morgan. 9. 4th grade, swi of Mr. 
and Mrs. Thomas Morgan, 6425 Drew 
Drive. 



"I want to be a scientjbtaid study space." 

Billy Bunn. 9, 4«i grade, son of Mr. and 
Mrs^BMI^J||«w^J5^^^gar^nvej 




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FOR THE FUTUllE RECREATIOH MiWO 




LIBERTY BELL 

A 20-minute program, 
"Ring in Jubilee," a nar- 
rative history oftlie Lib- 
erty Bell, .will be includ- 
ed in assembly progrtims 
in 35 Virginia Beach: ele- 
mentary schools. The pro- 
gram is sponsored by 
Princess Anne Memorial 
Park, Inc., 1110 Great 
Neck Road for the Bic- 
entemiial. 

MONTESSORI COURSE 

The Eastern Progres- 
sive Montessori School in 
Virginia Beach is opening 
a six- month Montessori 
course this week for adults 
interested in learning 
atjput the principles and 
practical at^lication of 
Montessori. The class will 
meet the first and third 
Tuesdays of evc-ry nontta. 
. For information, call 486 - 
6889. 

RIGHT TO LIFE 

Buses will leave Pem- 
broke Hall at 8 a.m. to- 
day for the March 
on Washington sponsored 
by tbe Vii^inia Society for 
Human Life. There is an 
$8 fee, and reservations 
can be made by calling 
424-1883. 

CAVALIER GARDEN , 
CLUB 

Organic gardening will 
be the topic at today's 
11 a.m. meeting of theCav- 
alier Garden Club at the 
Princess Anne Country 
club. Kenneth E. Gordm 
will be guest sp^er. 

MOBILITY ON WHEELS 

Barrier-free boildii^s 
fti^l be tbe t(q>ic for to- 
night's meefing of the 
Architects at 6:30 at Lone 
Pkie Restaurant, KeB|t&- 
ytHe Road. Jobo HwlfieM 
aod V Margaret Keister, 
mifmbers of tbe Beach 
chapter of M<^ility on 
Wheels, will be gvest 
speakers with architect 
Bob Washington, who has 
worked extensively on bar- 
rier-f*«e designs. 



MUSEUM COMMITTEE 

The Mayor's feasibility 
Committee on Science 
Museum will hold its first 
nieeting at 7:30 tonight in 
the school administration 
building in the Municipal 
Center complex. 



SAFETY PROGRAM 

■The National Safety 
Management Society of 
Virginia Beach will hold 
a -meeting at .11:30 a.m. 
Thursday at the Nassau 
Inn, 1108 Little Creek Rd., 
to discuss accident pre- 
vention. Phillip Mueller, 
deputy safety manager for 
the U.S. Department of 
tlie Interior, will be guest 
speaker. Reservations can 
be made by calling Pbelps 
Hobart at 444-1188. 



: FEB. 1st 

: IS IT ! 

That's when we will be 
•here to take care of 
'your organ service 

''repair work. More de- 
tails and a phone 

, number next week'!! 

SOUTHEASTERN 
ORGAN SERVICE 

Old Stropping Center 
Chesapeake. Va. 



Tlie Recreation Fac- 
ilities Authority will hold 
a special meeting at 1 
p.m. Thursday in the Con- 
ference Room at the Vir- 
ginia Beach Municipal 
Center. 

SM(HCING CUHIC 

^ The final program in the 
American Cancer Soc- 
iety's smoking clinic will 
be held at 7:30p.m. Thurs- 
day in the North Wing 
Lounge of General Hospi- 
tal of Virginia Beach. Dr. 
Donald Siem, a radiologist, 
will discuss "The Embat- 
Ued Cell." 

BACK BAY CIVIC 
LEAGUE 

Burglary prevention will 
be the t^ic for the 8 
p.m. Thursday meeting of 
the Bick Bay Civic Lea- 
gue at Creeds Fire Sta- 
tion on Morris Neck Road. 
The Virginia Beach Police 
Department will present 
tbe program, and the pub- 
lic is invited. The le^ue 
also will install new of- 
ficers. Refreshments will 
be served. 

LIBRARY FILMS 

Library films will be 
shown at three Virginia 
Beach libraries this 
week: "Twelve Dancing 
Princesses" and "Up for 
tM Cup" will be featured 
at 10 and 11 a.m. Friday 
at Kempsville, while on 
Saturday at 11 a.m. Wind- 
sor Woods will show "Na- 
ture Next Door" and "Her- 
cules" and' Virginia Beach 
will oiler "Wilderness 
Road" and "LcKit Sub." 

Sa WEEKEND 

The Navy 'Y' will spoa- 
sor a ski weekmd to Hot 
brings Friday. Cost of 
tte trip is $60, including 
bus transportation, skiing, 
ecpiipment and ntotei for 
two nights. Meals are not 
included. To make reser- 
vations contact Nancy Per- 
kins at 625-0521 or 423- 
5348. 

ANTIQUE ^OW 

Three Virginia B^ch 
antique dealers will par- 
ticipate in the antique and 
show and sale sponsored 
by the Southampton Acad- 
emy PTA Friday through 
Sunday at the General Vau- 
ghan Armory in Franklin. 
The show will run from 11 
a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday and 
Saturday and from 12 noon 
to 6 p.m^ Sunday. The Ped- 
dler's Wife, M'elange and 
Kaye's Treasure Chest 
will l>e among dealers at 
the show. Admission is 
$1.50 at the door. 

PUPPET PLAY 

"The Three Little Pigs," 



TRAIN TO BE A 

UVESTOCK 
BUYER 

No •xpwtdiot nacMury. How- 
mm, you thotM hawi a tom 
background and anjoy walking 
wntti HvaMock. 

Earn a good living and ha*a a 
aacura future in a growing 
induatry. Laam to buy caMa, 
hoga and ahaap. 

H you hmf a aincara in<araat 
In bacoffling a Livealock Buyar. 
wrMa today witti your paraonat 
background. Sand your jiania, 
aga, ad dta ai and phone num- 
bar. A pemonal inlarviaw wiH 
ba acliadulad in your ana. Ng 
Ittwna calk, ptaata. 

MMWCMCATTU CO. 
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a puppet play, will be shown 
M 10:30 a.m. Saturday at 
tbe Virginia Beach branch 
library. 

PLANETARIUM 

"Jupiter God of the Sty" 
will be the feature of ^ 
Virginia Beach Planet- 
arium at 7 p.m. Sunday 
and Tuesday at Plaza Jun- 
ior High Sctool, 3M0 S. 
Lyuihaven Rc»d. For re- 
servations an 484-1971. 

VOLUNTEER TRAOONC 

A traiidm codrse win 
be held tna 9 a.m. to 
4 p.m. Mowtay and Tues- 
day to prepare volunteers 
who wmikl like tohelpscr- 
era children under 4|e 
Preschool Vision Progrwn 
of the Virginia Society for 
the Prevention of Blind- 
ness. The course will take 
place at Calvin Presbyter- 
ian Church, 2901 E. Little 
Creek Rood. For informa- 
tion caU 588-7191. 

UBLE CLASSES 

Extension classes from 
tbe Washington Bible Col- 
lege will begin Jan. 28 
at the Emmanuel Baptist 
Church, 4780 Baxter Road. 
Classes will be offered 
Tuesday and Friday nights 
between 7 and 9 and on 
Tuesday momii^s from 10 
to 12 iMon. Registration 
will be held from 6 to 9 
p.m. Jan. 28, but students 
may register 30 minutes 
before any class during the 
first three weeks. Cost 
of tlw course is $10. For 
more information contact 
Rev. Pastor Waldo Grand- 
staff at 497-42M or 420- 
0018. 

MANAGEMENT 
W(»KSW>P 



The Institute of 
gement at Old Dominion 
University is sponsoring 
a three -day workshop m 
Gestalt organization de- 
velopment tTOca Jan. 29 
throi^h 31 at Sheraton 
Beach Hotel, Virginia 
B»ch, for middle and tt^ 
management personnel. 
The sessions begin at 7 
p.m. Jan. 29 and coatinve 
frmn 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. 
Jan. 30 and from 9 a.m. 
to 4:30 p.m. Jan. 31. Fee 
for the workshop is $210, 
which iiKlodes materials, 
lodging for two nights and 
three meals. To en- 
roll cootact Ja(di Van New- 
kirk, CMWbstitBtetfMan- 
agement at «9-6396. 

POETRY RECITAL 

A poetry recital fea- 



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turing StanisA actress !>u- 
suia Ibra wiU be heU at 
I p.m. Jan. 31 in OU 
DcNBiiihn University's Te- 
etaology Theatre. Ticket 
for the program, ^kwsw- 
ed by the Cl^ Hlspaao 
Americano de Tidewater, 
are available from the De- 
partnrat of Foreign Lan- 
gv^es and Literature at 
489-8S33 or at the door. 

SCNOJLOV CCMK.^T 

Pianist Grigory SokOr 
lov will be the guest at 
a Viitinia Beach Friends 
of Music Cracert Jan. 31 
at Lake Taylor High School 
Auditorium, 1384 Kemps- 
ville Road, Norfolk. Ad- 
mission is 12 for sttt- 
(: ' -tnd $4 for adults. 



FOR THE RECORD 

THOROUGBCOO) CIVIC 
LEAGUE 

Burglary and crime pre- 
vention was the tofiic for 
the January meeting of the 
Thorott^ood Civic Lea- 
gue. Virginia B^ch Police 
Officer Irving Casbwell 
was guest speaker for the 
program, which included 
the movie, "Target for 
Terror." 

BIRCHWOOD GARDENS 
CnnC LEAGUE 

New (rfficerstortteBir- 
chwood Gardens Civic 
Logve conducted the Jan- 
uary meeting of tbe group. 
President is E.G. TyreU; 
vice president, W. A. Hed- 
age; recording secretary, 
Connie Williams; corres- 
ponding s^retary. Sue 
Hedge; and treasurer, Ed- 
ith Turner. The league will 
sell draghnuts next month 
to raise money for camp- 
ing equipment for Girl 
Scout Tnxv 294. Residents 
interested in joining the 
civic league should call . 
Suzie Brett at 340-3926. 

KniG'S GRMTT CAROElf-' 

CLUB 

Members of tbe Kill's 
Grant Garden Club learn- 
ed tow to make flower 
arrangements using re- 
cycled containers at their 
January meeting. Mrs. 
Matthew J. Schwartz of 
BJ's House of Flowers in 
LoadOB Brieve was guest 
■peaker. She described 
criteria judges use when 
tkqr eniniae flower ar- 
rangements. 




Adcms 
engagement 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth 
B. Adams of 409 Cold 
Spring Road, Vii^iiiia 
BMch, announce the en- 
gagement of their daugh- 
ter, Barbara Jpan, to Ale- 
xis Ttomas Bishof) Jr., 
SOB of Mr. and Mrs. Ale- 
lis T. Bishop of Fair&x. 

TTie bride-to-be isagra- 
dute <a First Colonial High 
School. a>e attended Old 
Dominion University and 
is a graduate of Norfolk 
General Hospital School of 
(grating Room Techno- 
logy 

The groom-to-be is a 
graduate of Old Dominion 
University. 

Hie couple plans an 
April wedding. 

Loucka 
engagement 

Mr. aad Mrs. James L. 
Loocka of 612 Nottingham 
Place, Virginia Beach, an- 
KMnce the engagement of 
th^ daughter, Susan Lynn, 
to Robert lb|on White, 
son of Albert Mr. and 
Mrs. Albert J. White of 
IS Emm(His Place, Ports- 
nMWth. 

The bride-to-be is a gra- 
duate of First Colonial High 
School. She is presenuy 
a studeirt at Old Dominioii 
Univeraity, where she is 
raajorii^ in education, ^e 
ii a mM^ier otDitta 2efik 
sorority. 

The groom-to-be is a 
graduate of Cradock High 
School, and be is a senior 
at OM Dominion Univer- 
sity majoring in electro- 
nic engineering techiK^ogir. 
He is a member of Lambda 
Chi Alpha fraternity. 



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Christine Jean Webboo 
aad WiUiam H. Price HI 
were wed Jan. II in an 
afternoon ceremony at 
' Ocea View B^rtist 
Clmrch, Norfolk. 

The tarkle is Oe daugh- 
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ri- 
clmrd J. Wet^n of Vir- 
ginia Beach. Her father is 
Virginia B^ch city cleit. * 

1%e groom Js the son 
(rf Mr. and Mrs. William 
H. Prii» Jr. of Chesa- 
peake. 

Matron of hoMr was Lo> 
reoe Donofrio fA Newing- 
tcm, sister of the bride 
Bridesmaids were Lee 
Baylor of Norfolk, San- 
dri Grimstead of Virginia 
Beach, Sudra St. CUir 
of BlvefleU and Jayne Tay- 
lor of Virginia Beach. 

Best man was Wade 
Wickre of Norfolk, and us- 
hers were Lester Heath 
of Chesaprake. Keith Mul- 
lins of Virginia Beach, Bob 
Linsly of Virginia Beach 
and Waylon Webbon of 



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the bride. 

The bride is a graduate 
of Norfolk Aci^nr. aad 
the groom (s a graduate at 
Great Bridge High School 

After their bcneymoon, 
the coqrfe {dans to resfale 
in Birmingham, Ala., 
where they will attend 
Southeastern Bible Col- 
lege. 



Charltan - 
Mc^aney 

DefatMe Carol Mahoney 
and Charles RomU Charl- 
ton were wed Jan. !• in 
an afternoon ceremeny at 
Virginia B»ch United Me- 
thodist Church. 

The iH^te is the4a«gh- 
ter of Mr. and UrMjetH^e 
L. Mahoney, 2312 Oodd 
Drive, Virginia Beach. Hie 
groom is the son of Dr. 
and Mrs. James P. Chari- 
ton, 1208 Curlew Place, 
Virginia Beieh. 



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Mrs. Join WiUiara Ho- 
well ot Washii^toa, D.C., 
was matrri (tf honor. 
BrUesDaiito iMMed Beth 
Dovdy tf Virgioia Beach, 
Ane Ake, Oe teide's e«i- 
sin, Cartrie Sem^jiaViT- 
ginia BeaA and Amber Da- 
reen Hahoo^, the bride's 
sister. 

Best man was Dr. James 
Charlton, Oe groini's fa- 
ther. Vann were WiUiam 
Chatltm, tiw groon'staro- 
ther; and James OnrttoB, 
brothers of tbe groom; Carl 
MahoBey, tbe bride's bro- 
ther, aad Jim MiUer. 

The bride is a graduate 
of Coz High School, and 
she is employed at United 
Virginia Seaboard Hatlmal 
Baak. The groom is a gra- 
dB^ el FirstColontalHigfa 
School, aad he attended 
Ttti^Bia W^cpuDUlege. 
He Is service nauger at 
Camas. 

The ooqile {dans a Flo- 
riita honeymoon before re- 
taming to Virgiiria Beach. 



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Beach police double stock 
in anti-burglary armory' 



Larry Sancilio, vice-pr«sid«rtt of th» 
Virginia Beach Board of Realtors, (left) 



congra^lates G. Scott Taylor of Withers 
and Taylor Co., who was selected Vir- 
ginia Beat^ Realtor of the year. 




Virginia Beach Board of Real- 
tors President Jim Stohl hoists 
a silver pwchl>owl awarded at 
the annual installation dinner 
to mark the board's silver anni- 
versary. 



Silver 

shines 
for 

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A glittering silver punch 
bowl helped the Virginia 
Beach Board of Realtors 
celebrate its 25th annlver- 
at the organization's 
ilittteii banquet Trlday 

Jht. 

Members installed the 
1975 slate of officers while 
they honored the Beach 
Realtor of the Year, Gar- 
land Scott Taylor. 

Taylor is a partner in 
Withers and Taylor Co. 
He has served as chair- 
man of the Beach .Board 
of Realtors United Fund 
in 1972 and 1973. 

The organization in- 
stalled James R. Stohl as 
president. Officers Includ- 
ed Lawrence A. Sancilio 
and John E. Bissett as 
vice-presidents; John H. 
Rot)ertsoD, secretary and 
Albert Estes, treasurer. 



The Virginia Beach Po- 
lice Department, thanks to 
the effort of the Council 
of Garden Clubs, has dou- 
bled the size of its arm- 
ory against would-be bur- 
glars. 

The council has ad- 
ded another 18 electric en- 
gravers to the Police De- 
partment's cache for the 
citywide Operation Iden- 
tity program. 

According to police, it's 
one of the best weapons 
homeowners have against 
Intruders who plan to walk 
away with household val- 
uables. 

The Police Department's 
three precincts will lend 
the engravers to residents, 
who must leave only a de- 
posit for the use of the 
tool. 

The homeowner then in- 
scribes his driver's li- 
cense number on any 
household item that might 
catch a burglar's fancy. 
According to Lt. Mil- 
ton E. Beane, the program 
hopefully will serve a two- 
fold purpose: to make sto- 
len goods difficult for the 
thieves to resell and to 
enable police to r'eturn 
merchandise to the right- 



ful owner i(it»s recovered. 

The Council of Garden ' 
Clubs donation will dou- 
ble .the number of engra- 
vers at each precinct from 
four to eight, Beane said. 

The city has been in- 
volved in the Operation 
Identification pr(^ram for 
several years, but Beane 
noted interest in the idea 
rejuvenated by the city's 
anti-burglary HIT squad. 

To ward off potential 
thefts, homeowners who 
engrave their valuables 
will receive Operation ID 
stickers for the doors of 
their homes.Then, Beane 
said, "the thief might think 
a little bit more about try- 
ing to steal merchandise 
and sell it." 

D. Ryan, a clerk at the 
First Precinct, also noted 
that police making routine 
curfew checks frequently 
come across suspicious 
they stop, but usually they 
I are unable to prove that 
the objects are stolen. 

And often burglary evi- 
dence will not hold up in' 
court unless it can def 
finitely be identified as sto- 
len merchandise. 

And as te -fences, Ryan 
added, iiMfey just won't 



touch it" if the merchan- 
dise is clearly marked by 
an identification number. 
"It establishes a chain of 
evidence, ' he explained. 
There are also cases 
when police come across 
large quantities of stolen 
merchandise during an in- 
vestigation, the clerk said. 

■We auction off quite 
a bit of property every 
year that we're unable to 
return, " Beane reported. 
With Operation ID, police 



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rightful owners. 

The police are not the 
only sources of Operation' 
ID engravers. The Council 
of Garden Clubs has some 
of the tools, and police 
also said some in.surance 
companies, including the 
Virginia Beach Indepen- 
dent Insurance Agents As- 
sociation and Kellara Ea- 
ton Insurance and Real Es- 
tate, have engravers and 
are encouraging policy- 
holders to use them. 



Hospital barrier-free 



Virginia Beach members 
of Mobility on Wheels, an 
organization working to 
promote barrier-free buil- 
dings for handicapped per- 
sons has awarded Bayside 
Hospital a symbol assur- 
ing visitors in wheelchairs 
that they can easily man- 
euver in the facility. 

The hospital, wh|ch 
opens this week, features 
an entry way and pay tel- 
ephones that can be used 
by persons in wheelchairs. 



Margaret Keister, Mob- 
ility on Wheels chairman, 
and John Hadfield, access 
chairman, toured the 
seven - story hospital and 
inspected blueprints before 
awarding the access sym- 
bol to' the Bayside Execu- 
tive Director Kenneth 
Lacy. 

The symbol is provided 
by the President's Com- 
mittee on Employment of 
the Handicapped and the 
Easter Seal Society. 



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Savvides Greek head 



The Greek community of 
Tidewater has elected Mi- 
chael C. Savvides of 1517 
Southwlck Road, Virginia 
Beach, as its 1975 presi- 
dent. 

Savvides will serve as 
president of the Parish 
Council of the Greek Or- 
thodox Church of the An- 
.nunciation, which includes 
members in Virginia 
Beach, Chesapeake, 
Portsmouth and Norfolk. 

Savvides, owner of 
Black Angus Restaurant 
and Shipmate's Restaur- 
ant, Virginia Beach, is al- 
so president of the Ra- 
mada tnn Ocean Front. 

He is immediate (»st 
president of the Virginia 
Restaurant Association, 
and served as chairman 
of the Virginia Slate Mix- 
ed Beverage License 
Council. 

The Parish Coi^cH-pre- 
sident was bom tn Lapi- 
tbos, Kyrenia, Cyprus, but 
he. has lived in Tidewater 
for 25 years. He grad- 
uated from the College of 
William and Mary with a 
liberal arts degree, ai^ 
he received a bachelors 
d^ree iif iMology from St. 



Edwards University, Aus- 
tin, Texas. 

Winner of the 1965 Dls- 
tlOKuished Service Award < 
from the Virginia Jaycees, 
Savvides was one of the 
100 Outstanding Young Men 
of America in 1967, and 
twa years later was se- 
lected as an Outstanding 
Personality of the South. 

In addition to his acti- 
vities on the Board of Di- 





rectors ot the Greek Ot- 
ttwdox Church, Savvides is 
governor of Virginia's Cy- 
prus Federation of Ameri- 
ca, past president of the 
Cyprus Benevolent Society 
of Tidewater, past presi- 
dent of the Khedive Shrine 
CliTb and on the Virginia 
Beach Chamber of Com- 
merce board. 

He and his wife Janet 
have three children. 

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A THOUGHT 

FOR 
THE WEEK 

JANUARY 22, 1975 : 




YOUR THOiiCim soiiiiD AS am 

INHEAViN AS YOUR 

VOKE DOES ON EARTH 



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Htiy Bible for Doctrine. 

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fMy CommlaioB - 2nd 



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In John 1 the Apostle • 
wrote: • 

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'Word and the Word was.. rt^dtpMiteBt EpUcoptI) 
I with God, and the Word was • ^ gook ot Commoo 

God. Th^ satae was in the; pnyor For Worship, Tho 
I beginning with God. Allj ' ~ 

'things were made by Him| 
I and without Him was not ' 
.anything made. In Him wa 
I life and the life was the 

'light of men. And the light • )Ktv. 'WllUaa B. LUter 
k shineth in the darkness and ; noctor) 
■ the darkness compre- ; 944 IndcpMidOMe Bird. I 
>hended it not. " : ' (Attaatie PoraasMt Bldg.) : 

'That was the true light; virilaia Botch . t 

'which Ughteth every man; 4M-41I0 ,1 

iwhich cometh into the; , ........... 

{world. He was in thef" " : 

eWorld and the world was; I 

made by Him and theworld: TIDEWATER CENTR/U. 5 
Iknew Him not. He came unto ; 
iHis own and His own re- ; 
Lceived Him not. But as; 

many as received Him, to; 
Ithem gave He the power to ; 
'become the sons of God, ; 
keven to them which believe ; 
'On his name, 
I bom, not of 
I the flesh, nor of the will 
|of man, but of God. And; 
'the Word was made flesh; 
land dwelt among us, (and ; 
|we beheld His glory, the " 
^glory as of the only be- 1 
'gotten of the Father), full I 
|of grace and truth " ^ 



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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office df the 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Virginia Beach, on the 

13th day of January, IS'IS. 

Malcolm Wayne Stallard, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Cynthia Marie Parks Stal- 

lard, 

Defe»Jant. 

The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
meosa et tboro later to tie 
merged into a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant upon the 
grounds of desertion. 
And an affidavit having tieen 
made and filed that due 
diligence has lieen used 
by or in behalf of the com- 
plainant to ascertain in 
which county or corpora- 
tion the defendant is, with- 
out effect, the last known 
post office address being: 
618 Atlantic Avenue, Vir- 
ginia Beach, Virginia it is 
ordered that she do appear 
here within ten ^10) days 
after due publication here- 
of, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
Arthur C. Ermlich 
Suite 210 Atlantic Nat'l Bk 
Bldg. 

415 Saint Pauls Blvd. 
Norfolk, Va. 

Jan. 22, 29. Feb; 5, 12, 4t 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
Commonwealth of Virginia 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
17th day of January, 1975. 
Lorraine K. Ross, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

(kirdon F. Huckins, 
'Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
is to obtain a decree caus- 
ing a partition and sale 



of certain fraptsrtf loca- 
ted in tte State of Vir- 
ginia describe as ua 
Great Neck Circle Virfiaia 
Beach, VirglBia. 
And an affidavit hav- 
ing been made and filed 
that the tefesdant is a 
non-residnt af the State 
of Virginia, the last kixnm 
post office address being: 
Box 1193, Islamorade. 
Florida 33036 it is order- 
ed that he do appear here 
within ten (10)days after 
due publication hereof, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect his interest in 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Decker, Zcrtiy, Collias t 
Christie 

Suite 900 One Main Plaza 
East 

Norfolk, Vii^ink 
Jan. 22, 29, FA. 5, 12 4t 

ORDER 
VIRGINIA: IN THE 

CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
Cmr OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH, ON THE 15th DAY 
OF January, 1975. 
In re: Adoption of Nicho- 
las George Angelos 
By: Samuel Lyle Graham, 
in, and Catherine Lee Gra- 
ham Petitioners 
To: George Nicholas An- 
gelos 

2100 S.W. 23rd Terrace, 
Flamingo Park " — 

Ft. Lauderdale, Florida 
33312 
In Chancery 

In Chancery 
#C-75-27 
This day came Samuel 
Lyle Graham, III and Ca- 
therine Lee Graham, Pe- 
titioners, and represented 
that the object of this pro- 
ceeding is to effect the 
adoption of the above named 
infant, Nictolas George 
Angelos, by Samuel Lyle 
Graham, HI and Catherine 
Lee Graham, husband and 
wife, and affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
George Nicholas Angelos, 



a nataial paratt itf said 
cUU, is a mm-rHUmA 
of the m^ tf VlrgiBto, 
the last k»va po^ 4^- 
h(x uidress b^ag: 2100 
S.W. 23rd Terrace, FU- 
mlago Parfc, Ft. Lawter- 
dale, FlorMtSSSU, 

It is tter^ore Ordered 
ttet the said George Ni- 
cholas Angel<» app^u- be- 
fore this Cwirt within tn 
(10) days after pntrtieatloo 
of this Order and ImU- 
cate his attltatte* toward 
the proposed adcftloa, or 
otherwise do what is. ne- 
cessary to protect his in- 
terest in this matter. 
A copy teste: 

John V. Fentr^s, Cltrk 
Donald A. Rhodes p.q. 
525 Pembroke One Build- 
ing 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 
23462 

Jan. 22, 29, Ttb. 5. 12 4t 



We've fuited 
you a place 

in The Sun 

and here's htm 
to get it: 






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BfyoM. 



Wadding and 
mants mty ba mbmittad to Tha Sun by 
matting announeamants to "BridM." 
Announcamanti riMxiM ba typafi, if poa- 
siblt, or prmtad topMy. The davlhiB for- 
racaiving ahnouneamants k noon Friday 
prior to tha waak of publication. Hcturai 
Mrill ba ratumod if aceompaniad by a 
itampad, taff-addraaiad anvalopa. 



Forum 



Raadars ara ancouiagad to hawa tfiair 
say in lanpai to Ilia aditor. Namai wNI 
ba withhaid on laquast, but plaan in- 
duda your nama and tal a phu i i a nuanbar 
with ypur tottar. Of eouiN, tha latlan 
ara iubjact otriy to minor adMng to maat 
nnaipapar atyia and ipaea raquinmanti. 
To ntpraw your opinion or Just to malca 
a commant, writo Fonim in caia of Tha 
Sun. 



sun DIAL 



Mail notieas of dub maatingi and an- 
nounc«naim of upcoming avants to 
"Sun Dial." Announcamantt ihould ba 
ti^ed if poitibh, oc printad lagiMy, and 
should induda a daytima ta lapho na mim- 
bor if additibnal intormatiofi it naadad. 
Notlcas for "Sun DhI" must ba laeaivad 
by noon Friday prior to tha waak of 
publication. 



ORDER OF PUBLKATTOM 

In Oie Clerk's OSAn of tte 

Circuit Court (^ ttw City 

of Virginia Beach, oa the 

I4th (toy ofJanBar;, 19^. 

Janet Gayle Oaalels 

Seheeler, 

Plalntitf, 

aniast 

Victor Raymond Seheeler, 

Def^Mlaat. 

The object of Oiis suit 
is to oi>tidn a divorce a 
mensa et thoro from the 
^ said defendaat, qnn the 
grounds of dcs«rtiai. 
And anaflMavithaTiBcbeea 
raa«te aad filed that (tae 
diligence has been ased 
by or in behalf of the Com- 
plainant to ascertain in 
wliich county or corpora- 
tion the defendant is, with- 
«it effect, the last known 
post office address being: 
Sandpiper Motor Apart- 
ment, Vitxiais Beach it is 
ordered Oat be do appear 
here within ten (10) days 
after ilue publication here- 
of, and do wtait maybe 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FEmHESS: CLERK 
Tidewater Legal Aid So- 
700 Duke Street 
Norfolk, Virginia 23510 

Jan. 22, 29, Ftt. 5, 12 . 4t 

0RDfRF?uB!!l?!flON 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court <rf the City 

of Virginia Beach, on the 

13th day of January, 1975. 

Jos^ James Rhodes, 

Plaintifl, 

against 

Susan Petock Rhodes, 

Defoidaat. 

The object M .Ois salt 
Is to oMain a divorce a 
mensa et thoro ftmn the 
said defendant, iqxio the 
grounds of desertion ttiat 
occurred on September 27, 
1974. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed thA the 
defendant is aaoo-resideat 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
address being: c/o Mary- 
Ann Adams, Mother 656 
Trenton Road, Fairiaas 
Hills, Pennsylnnia it U 
ordered that she do appear 
here within ten (10) days 
after due publication here- 
of, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this smt. 
A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
-GoldbUtt, Liiddn, CcriMm. 
et als 

804 (tee Main Plaza East 
Norfolk, Virginia 

Jii. 22, 29. Feb. 5, 12 , 4t 

ORDP OF PUBLTCA'nON 

In Oe Clerk's Office <a the 

Circuit Coiai of tte City 

of VHfiflia Beach, on the 

14th day of January, 1975. 

Robert Francis Bkiwe, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Bertha Fernandez Ayala 



Btowe, 

He afaieet sf this nH 
is to oUata adlvwcea vlB- 
cido RttMaMali fron the 
saM tfefuidaat. vm tte 
irwMs et two years se- 
partttea. ' 

Aad MiaflklaiM htfiag hea 
B»de aad filed ttttOede- 
teaiat is a Boe-residegt 
a(iM«al»atVlnUaaBd 
dw tfl^»M has been used 
t^a-oabrtatfofthesaki 
CoiqdataBti to ascertalB 
.la wUA coaHy or «»> 
pnatkm tiM nid delniteiit 
is, wMwril e^ct, file last 
kaaini pott office being: 
SH aawnee Stnti, Corpus 
Ottlitte. Toaa. it is or- 
dend ttat Ae do iM>aai' 
hare wtOta ta (1<B) days 
Biter dae paMlcafioH here- 
sl, aad do vkat nay be 
aeetsMUT to protect her 
MfNtt ta thU nit. 
A Cflff-Teste: JOHM V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Brydf^, Haraaera * Hnd- 
ftas. p.q. 

Jan. 22, tt, Fab. 5, 12, 4t 




tm/vn 



Tha Sun 

1% Roaamont Road 

Virginn Baaefi, Va. 23462 



(XIDEA OF PUBLICATION 
is m Cletk's Office (rf the 
Cirieait Coort of the City of 
VlrgiaU Beach, on the 9tb 
dai of Janoary, 1975. 
Rtty Edith Gilliam, 

agatast 

ll^er Jean Gilliam, 

Defendant. > 

The object (rf ttU salt is 
to obUia a diviHTe a vln- 
eak) matrimonii from fiie 
said defenUat. g|x» the 
grcNMids of two years se- 
paration. 

And an affidavit having been 
m^e and filed that die di- 
ligence has been used by 
or in behalf of the Com- 
plainant to ascertain in 
which couty or corpora - 
Una the defendant is, with- 
oat effect, the last known 
post office address being: 
Honey Grove Road, Vir- 
ginU Beach, Virginia it is 
ordered Oat he do ^ipear 
here within ten (10) days 
after due palicatlon hereof, 
and do irtiat may be ne- 
cessary to protect his ia- 
terest in this suit. * 

A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENIltESS: CLERK 
Broyles; McKenry A Gor- 
ry. Atty. . 

Pacffic'Ave. A 35th St. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

Jan. IS, 22, 29, Feb. 5 4t 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION 
b the ,Cl«j('s (Mtce of tte 
Clrtrt Court of the Cityol 
Virginia Beach, on the 9th 
"day of January, 1975. 
Charles O. Rice, 
Plaiatifl, 
against 

Iteaey B. Rice, 
Detondant. 

The obtect of this suit 
is to obtoin a divorce a 
nlnaa et thoro from the 
said itefendant, qton the 
groands of desertion. 
Aad an affidavit having been 
rntOe aad ffied that the 
d^eadant is a non-resident 
of me SUte of Virginia, 
the last known post (tffice 
address beii«: 4192 Man- 
zarita Drive, San Di^o, 
California Jt is ordered 
that she do aj^ear here 
within ten (10) (toys after 
<tae poblication hereof, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest in 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Richard G. Bryi^es, p.q. 
1369 Laskin Road 
nrginto Beach, Va. 234S1 

Jan. 15, 22, 29, Ff>b 5 4t 



OBOEH OF PtmUCATK)!! 
In the Cleric's Office of 
the Circnit Court of the City 



STATEMENT OF CONDITION 
After the anmal closing (tf business onOecember 31,1974 

vmaniiA beac^ federal 

SAVINGS ft LOAN ASSOCIATKW 

210 -»th Street 
Virginto Bneh, Vitfinto 

ASSETS A 

Mortgage Loans | 10,695,639 

All Other Loans 3(tt,2M 

Cash on Hand and in Banks 69^406 

Investments and Securities 1,062113 

Fixed Assets Less De^t«iattoa. Il6i495 

Deferred ChargM and Ottier Aaseto 46,974 

TOTAL .. .I 12,3»2.9a 

LIABILITIES AND NET ITORTH 

Savli^s Accowts $ 11,0I6,706 

Otter Borrowed Money 2| SSQ 

Otter LiabilltlM 269,'?97 

General Reserves 797,063 

Surplus 201,007 

TOTAL .1 i2.8>2,tg 

C^FICERi 
WlUiam L. Ofraas - fr^OoA 
Rttftis S. K^ht, Jr. - Sntor Vice Pmht^ ' 

Peter G. Griffin - Seei«tei7/Tr«tsai«' 
Pe^y J Baraes - Assittaat Treas«tr 



EdmrdH. Orn^- 
ClaihorBeR. Brjanl 
Chartes P. FMcter, D.D.S. 
Flo^ E. KaUam, Jr. 
Sutaey S. KeUaa 
Rul^ S. k^, Jr. 
Ivailfapp 
Willlaa L. Oaos 
Robert B. Tayta- - Dlre<4ir 



(rf Vlrfinla BMch, oa tte 

IWi *y of Hmmf,iWn. 

Gleen M'laa tturter, 

PlaMifl, 

agtfut 

Dottta La^mra McQmraa 

Umtm, 



Tkt t»im tf tUs s^ 
is to dUiia a ifivorce a 
vineito matrimmiii brom 
tta nM d^eadatt, apea 
the grenads tt 2 years 
Rparattn. 

And an aflktovlt having l>een 
maito aad filed that the 
Mmlai. is anoB-r»ideBt 
(rf tte Sl^ (rf VlrgWa. 
the last kaown post oflOee 
addr^s bring: W5 16Mh 
Terrace Drive, Redingttm 
Beach, Florida It is 
ordered ttat ste do qy^r 
h^e wHUn ten (10) days 
alter &ae pabUcation tere- 
of, aad (to wiat may be 
aecessary to protect tier 
interest in this suit. 
A copjr-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Ranch ft Saaiuer 
4565 Va. Beach Blvd., 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23462 

Jan. 15, 22. 29, Feb. 5 4t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Virginia B^ch, on the 

6th day of Januar^, 1975. 

Cteirles Franklin Riley, 

.Pkiirtiff. 

against 

Jaae Elizabeth Riley, 

Defeidant. 

The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
mensa et thoro from the 
said defemtont, upon the 
grounds of desertion. 
And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the de- 
fendant is a non-resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
tte last known post office 
address beii^: c/o Sher- 
borne House, Sherborne, 
near Cheltenham, Glou- 
cester, England, G1543DZ 
it is ordered that she do 
appear here within ten (10) 
days after due publication 
tereof, and do what may 
te necessary to protect 
ter interest in 'this suit. 
A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS; CLERK 
Rotert Lee Simpson, Atty. 
3500 Va. Beach, Blvd. 
'jVirginia Beach, Virginia 

Jan. 15, 2^, 29, Feb. 5 4t 



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If you (bive towtxk by yours^ yoifre ^icningtwioe 
ss nniciiinoney on comnuti^ as you dmid. 

Ili&t'stoDnBich. 

Cutitinh^Talea&ieni 

Not only wfl Jmr daiy commute coat you hatf as 
mudi, but that monotonous trip wl be a lot more 
piessanL 

Let's doui)le upi Carpoois are a 9eat way to get where 
you're going. Filter and dteqier. 



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of vhwiMA .|;-..H ■ ■ 'in the State of ^ ''""'■* '* 

buaineM on ' ' : ' ' ' ' ' ."' 



and Domestic Subeidiarica at thm eloae of 

W ' *%de tfi Tl?« .t .f . :>jracloa OoOBiasioR 



1. C^adi uid diM from banks iuicludin( t_ 

2. <■) U.S. Treasury wcuritin 



iJ^SSITS 

(b) OUifations of Frderal Ftnanrine Bank $. __. 

3. ObtigationM of other VS. G<ivernmi>nt affpnrie< anti riirpuratitmw 

4. OMicitioM of StaUa and political subdiviB<H» 

5. Other aecuritia (indvdinc S corporate itodul 

6. Tradinc account aaoiritici 

7. Federal fundi kM and ■ecurit^ purchased under apvemenu tn men 

8. Other loan 

i. Bank premiaes, furniture and fiiturvs, and other aiaeui rrprncnIinK bank preminn 

10. Rati ertate owned other than bank premiea 

11. loTeatntenta in nillndiaries not cimsolidaled 

12. CBttomrr'i liabOity to.lhii bank on arcrptances outotandinf 

13. Other aaaeti (item (i of "Other .Auets") (imluriine * 

U. TOTAL ASSETS 



IIAIILITIES 

15. Demand depoaita of individuati, partnenhipi, and corporaliom 

16. Time and aaiinii depoaita of individuahi, partnernhips, and corporatiom 
IT. DqnaiU of United States Government 

18. DepoaiU of States and political subdivisions 

19. Deposits of forei(n f overnments »nd ofHcial institutions 

20. DepoaiU <M commercial banks 

21. Certified and oAtcers' checks, etc " 

22. TOTAL DEPOSITS | 2 

(a) Total demand deposiu l_ t ^ 

(b) Total time and savings deposiis ( [.^ 

23. Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to eepurrhase 

24. Other liabilities for borrowed money 

25. Moitcace iodebtcdneas 

26. AccqiUneea executed by or tor account nf this hank and sutsiandint 

27. Other Habilitiea 

28. TOTAL LIABILITIES 

29. MINORITY INTEREST IN CONSOLIDATED SUBSIDIARIES 

RESIRVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES 

80. Reaarve for bad debt knaea on loans (set up pursuant to Internal Revenue Service ruNnisl 

31. Other nserves on loaa 

32. Raarvca on securities 

S3. TOTAL RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECLRITIF,.S 

CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 

34. (^pital notes and debentures 

(specify interest rate and maturity of rack i 

35. Equity capital, total 
3«. Preferred stock-total par value 

(No. shares ouuundinf^ 
Common stock-total pu- value 

(No. shares authorised __!_, . 
Surplus 

Undivided proAts 
Reserve for contingencies and othw capital reserves 

41. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 

42. TOTAL LIABILITIE.S, RE.SERVE.S, AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 



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3. Unearned discount on instalment loans inrluded in total i-spital accounts 

4. Standby Irtlrra of credit 



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(Xmm OF niBLICATIOM 

la tte Clerk's (Met of tte 

Clrcrtt Court of the Cltjf 

<a Virgijita Beach, m m 

Ith tfajr of Jamury, 1975. 

ItolHirt Tfceodore Miller, 

PtaUUiff, 

upitait 

JMt Marie litUer. 

DefeiwbBt. 

Tke i3b\m of this salt 
U to oMalii a divorce a 
vincttlo matrimwiii from 
tte wid defeodant, upon the 
gnamta of 2 years se- 

Aad uafMavitkavl^been 
Bade and filed that the 
di^HidaDt 1$ aooo-residait 
of tke mate of VirflnU, the 
last kaowa post office id-^ 
dress betsK; ^ Termlno 
kmaat. Laa| BaaiA, Ca- 
Uteraia tt is ordered that 
aw das ^ipear here within 
ta (KH days after due 
|»Mieatura hereof, and do 
idiat nay be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
salt. 

A eow-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTIIESS: CLERK 
Muriihy -k teaoett. Ltd. 



The object of this pro- 
ceedi^ is to ^parate tbi> 
above named infaat, child 
of Ed ^?rli«er A Cawie 
R.C. firttons, pemaaaM- 
ly bam its par^, 
pare^, or guardJaa an! 
to coDmit said infairt to 
the care and custody of 
the Virginia BfiiebD^srt- 
ment of Social Services 
with the rifht of said^M- 
cy to cmsent to the in- 
fant's adcqitim. 

And an ^idavit having 
imm made and filed ttat 
Ed Spriacer tt Connie R. 
C. Bottoms are a i»^r 
party to this proceeoli^ 
tat due diligence has been 
used to ascertain in what 
coOBty or corporation he 
is, without eOect, It is 
ORDERED ftat Ed Sprin- 
ger t Connie R. C. Bol- 
toffls do a^iear here with- 
in 10 days alter due pub- 
lication hereof, and do 
What may be necessary to 
^tMect their interest in 
this suit. 

A COPY TESTE. Gerald 
F. Williams, Clerk 
Virginia Dowdy 
Va. B^ch 0^. of Social 
Services Petitioner 
Kathy S. Brothers 
Deputy Clerk 



Jan. 15, 22, 29, Feb. 5 4t j„. $, 15. 22, 29 4t 




y 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
VfSGIMIA: IN THE CIR- 
CUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF BIRGINIA 
BEACH ON THE 8TH DAY 
OF JANUARY 1975. 
In the matter of the adop- 
tion of Patricia Ann With- 
row and change of name to 
Patricia Ann McCabe 
IN CHANCERY 
NO. C-74-I809 
This day came the pe- 
titioners and represented 
unto the Court that the ob- 
ject of this proceeding is 
to effectuate the ad(^ion 
of the above-named indi- 
vidual by John Francis Mc 
Catie and Margaret Brad- 
ley McCabe, husl>and and 
wife, and to change the 
name of said infant to Pa- 
tricia Ann McCabe, an af- 
fidavit havii^ been made 
and filed that the petition- 
ers verily state that the 
natural parents of said 
child are unavailable and 
^that their whereabouts are 
aaknowB and that the last 
known address of the na- 
tural father, Uavid Louis 
Withrow, III, was the Vir- 
ginia State Penitentiary, 
500 Spring Street, Rich- 
Bbnl. Vtt^gtnta and ttat 
the. last known address of 
the natural mother, Lily 
Coleen Withrow, is un- 
known to your petitioners, 
it is accordingly. 

ADJUDGED. ORDERED 
and DECREED that the na- 
tural parents of Patricia 
Ann Withrow, namely Dav- 
id Louis Withrow, HI and 
Lily Coleeo Withrow, ap- 
pear before this Court 
within ten days after pub- 
lication of this order and 
indicate their attitude to- 
ward ike proposed ad(9- 
tion or otherwise do wlut 
is necessary to protect 
their interest herein. 

R Is further ORDERED 
that tte foregtrtng portion 
of this order be published 
ooce a week for four suc- 
cessive weeks in the Vir- 
ginia Beach Sun, a news- 
paper having general cir- 
culation in the Tidewater, 
Virginia area. 
1 KSK FOR THIS: 
Howili K. Clarice 

Jan. IS, 22, 29, Feb. S 4t 



(MIDER OF PUBLICATION 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach,,on the 3rd 
day of January, 1975. 
Christina Kay Linde, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Baadtripk E. Linde, 
Defewfaat. 

Tke (rtiject of this suit 
is to (Main a iHvorce a 
mensa et tboro, to be later 
merged into a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon the 
grouds of desertion. 
And an affidavit havi% been 
ra^ ami filed that the de- 
fendant is a non-resident 
of the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office 
aMress being: 574 44tb 
Street, Brooklyn, New York 
11220 tt is ordered that he 
do appear here within tea 
(10) ttays after due publi- 
catiM hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to pro- 
tect Us interest in this 
salt. 

A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FEKTRES: CLERK 
Oste H, Gay, Jr. Atty 
2S71 River Road 
Virginia Beach. Virginia 

Jan. 8, 15, 22, 29 4t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
Virginia 
VIIWINIA 

IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE 
OF THE JUVENILE AND 
DQMiSTIC RELATIONS 
CCWRT OF THE CITY OF 
VTBGWIA BEACH, ON 
THE «th DAY OF JAN- 
UARY. 1975 

COMMONWEALTH OF 
VBCINIA 

b jre: Michael James 
Mtotts 



ORDElt OF PUBLICA'nON 

In the Clerk's Offfce of the 

Circuit Court of the City of 

Virginia Beach, on the 3rd 

day of Janoary, 1975. 

Patricia C. Bronson, 

Plaintiff, 

ajsainst 

Tkomas Lee Bronson, 

Defendant: 

Tbe object of this sail Is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from th- 
sald detemtent, upon the 
grounds of desartlm. 
Aad an affidavit kaving been 
made and filed that due 
diligence has been used by 
or In behalf of the Com- 
plainant to ucertain in 
wkicfc CMBty or cor- 
poration the defendant is, 
without effect, the last 
known post otBce address 
being: 402S-F Decatur 
Drive, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia it is ordered that 
te do appear here within 
ten (10) days after due 
publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
solt. 

A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Osle H. Gay. Jr. 
2871 River Road 
Va. aaa<M>» Vsk ^ 

Jaa. 8. 15, 2g, 29 4t 

mmcE 

Tirginia: 

Ite regular meeting of tt» 
Cowdl of the City of Vir- 
ginia Bnch wiU be held 
in the OndkU Oiambers 
of the AdministratiOB 
Bnilding, City ^U, Prin- 
cess Anne Station, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, oo Mon- 
day, F^roanr 10, 197S, 
at 2:00 P.M. at wUck time 
the IbUowiaf appUcatiou 
wiUbetaud: 
AMElfDIIEirt 

1. ResointiOB of the Coon- 
ell ^ the Ctty of Vir- 
giaia Beach to create an 
ordinance toaaeadaadre- 
orMa tke CoiqM'eheasiye 
Zooiag OnUnanee of the 
City of Virgbrfa Beach re- 
lating to Regalatk^ for 
Major Recreational Equip- 
ment. More detailed in- 
fbrmation is available in 
the Department of Plan- 
ning. 

CHANGE OF ZONING DIS- 
TRICT CLASSIFICA-nOM 
LYNNHAVEN BORCWGH 

2. PeUtionof First Assem- 
bly of God by Grover C. 
Wright, Jr., Attorney, for 
a Change of Zoning Dis- 
trict Classification from 
R-8 Residential Dlstrtct 
to 0-i Office Ustriet 
(modified from B-1 Bos- 
iness District) on certain 
property hxmted on tke 
Southwest corner td Vir- 
ginia^ B»ch Boolenrd and 
Oceana Bonlevard, maffing 
a distarce of 245 feetaloog 
tte Sorih side of Virginia 
Beach Boulevard, raining 
a distance of 154.72 feet 
akng tte West side of 
Oceam B<mlevard, nm- 
ning a distasce irf 245 feet 
along tke Sovtkern |^- 
perty line and running a 
distance Of 154.72 feet 
along tkeVtaftenutiperty 
line of wUek 123.72 Ceet 
is the East side at Ri»e- 
lynn Lane. Said parcel is 
known as Lots 1,2,3,4,5, 
and Part <rf U>t 44. Plat 
of Hillcrest and contains 
0.8 acre more or less. 
(Oceana Gardms Area). 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

3. PetltiM of AUan D.Mil- 
ler and Mediae K. Miller 
by Grwer C. Wtteht. Jr.. 
Attorney, for a Cnnj^irf 
Zoning nstrict Ctaast- 
ficatiim from R-8 Resi- 
dential Ustrict to 0-1 Of- 
ffce District {mottfied 
from B-1 Baslness Dis- 
trict) on certain prt^rty 
located on tte Soofl^^ 
comer ol Vfrfinto Miek 
Boulevard aad Ocnu 
Boulevard, rmmtat a dis- 
tance of ^S.w te^aloaf 
tte Awth sitte M Vttftate 
Beach Bcwlevard, ra^ng 
a distsMe (tf ISSfertak^ 
tte EaM side ^ O^mm 
fcdevard, mmag a dts- 
taaee of 222.84 feet atoi« 
n« Smmtm property Uae 
a^ runnier a distance of 



135 feet alcmg tte East- 
em pr<yerty lite. BM 
parcel is kMwn as Part 
<rf Lot «, Plat of Oceana 
Gardens mi oxdafu 0.1 
acre man or less. (Ocea- 
m (krdens Area): LYNN- 
HAVEN BOMUGH. 

4. Petitkm of Hertwrt D. 
Smith and Mary H. Smith 
for a ChBMe tf SUwing 
Dlstrtct Classification 
from A-1 Apartment Dis- 
trict to B-2 Cixnmmty 
ftttlMss District Classi- 
fication on certain pro- 
perty beginning at a point 
150.47 feet West of Ches- 
opeian Trail and running 
a dlsUnce of 113.27 feet 

'alMg tte North side of 
Virginia B^ck Bonlevard, 
ronlng a distant of 18S. 
84 feel along Uie Western ,. 
prt^erty 11m, nmnlng a 
^stance of 125 feet al(»g 
tte IforHiem pnqierty line 
and runaiog a distance of 
211.71 feet akmg the Eas- 
tern property line. Said 
parcel c(»tains 0.6 acre 
more or less. (Ctest^ian 
Colony Area). LYNNHAV- 
EN BOKXJGH. 
VIRGINIA BEACH BOR- 
OUGH 

5. Petition of Powell and 
Hiffltley Incorporated by 
Melvin Friedman, Attor- 
ney, for a ckange of Zon- 
iqt IMstriet Classification 
from A-1 Apartment Dis- 
trtc to B-2 Community 
Business District on cer- 
tain property located on 
tte Southwest corner of 
HoUy Road and Plnewood 
Road, running adistanceof 
279.40 feet along the South 
sl(te of Plnewood Road, 
naaiiag a distance of 160. 
61 f^ along tte Eastern 
l»aperty line of which 110. 
ei fe<4 is the West skie 
of BeUy Road, nimiing a 
distance ot 265.40 feet 
aloag tte Souttern pro- 
perty liM and nmaiag a 
distance of 160 feet along 
tte Wwtern property line. 
Said parcel coirtains 0.84 
acres more or less. (Link- 
koni Park Area). VIR- 
G»IA BEACH BOROUGH. 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH 

6. Petition of George L. 
Gross aad JadlOi S. Roth- 
Tock for a Ckange of Zoo- 
ing Ustrict ClassUicatton 
from R-6 Residential Dis- 
trict to B-2 Community 
Btolness District (m pro- 
perty located South <rftte 
intersection of Bomey 
Road aad SonUi WItcbitack 
Road, begimiing at a point 
303 te^ East of Brady 
Court, rtnmiBg a distance 
of lOOfe^atooKtteSoii^ 
side of Kempsville Road, 
rm^ng a distance of 344. 
1 feet along the Eastern 
property Ute, running a 
distance of 100 feet along 
tte Souttern property line 
aad rnaaing a distance of 
S52.9 fe^ akMV the Wes- 
ters property line. SaM 
parcel contains 0.71 acre. 

2LefflpsvilIe Area). 
EMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 
CCHiDITRDNAL USE PER- 
MIT 

PRINCESS ANNE BOR- 
OUGH 

1. Apidicatlon of Hertert 
D.Smith and Mary H. Smith 
for a Condttiimal Use Per- 
mit to operate a rid- 
ing ac^emy with terses 
for boarding on certain 
property located on tte 
Soufii skle ot London Brid- 
ge Road and beginning at 
a peM 4809 feet more or 
less WtaA (rf Oceana Boo- 
lenrd, rmidng a distance 
of 1337.34 feet aloi« the 
Sooth side of Londoa Bri- 
dge Road, ronaing a dis- 
tance of 416.39 feet along 
tte Western i^t^erty line, 
naming a distam:e of 1105 
feet mora or less along the 
Soidtera property line and 
mnlag a distance (rf 1063. 
42 feet atong tte Eastern 
praiierty line. StU par- 
eel contains 20 acres more 
or less. PRINCESS ANNE 
BORCWGH. 

JUeha'-IWAboa 
City Clerk 

Jan. 22, 29, 2t 



NOTICE OF PUBLIC 
HEARDIG 

Tte Virginia Beach Plan- 
1^ CMimisMon will hold 
a Patdic Httring on Tues- 
day, February 11, 1975. 
at 1:00 p.m. in the C(wn- 
eU eiurtieis of tte Ad- 
miidstrafion Building, 
Princess Ante Court- 
house, Virgiata Beach, 
Virginia. Tteldlowi^ap- 
pUcattims wUt an)ear oo 
ttei^enda: 

^Mlvision Variance - Ap- 
peal from Dedidoosof Ad- 
ministrative Officers in 
regard to certain elements 
Gt the SvlMiMm Ordin- 
ance. ^Adiviston for (Mis 
aad Doris Gregg. Froper- 
ty located on W. Little Neck 
Road. Plats with more in- 
formation are available in 
tte Departmert tf Plan- 
ning. 

RETOtRED BACK TO 
PLANNING OniMISSIOM 
BY CITY OXINaL CW 
JANUARY 1$, 1^: 
1. PetitiM te ra«drtlm 
(4 tte cemm tf te aty 
of Virgil Mick to es- 
tiltlish an ^stwtc and 
Cttltoral DirtrM on cer- 
tato properly Ascribed as 
begi^ng at a peML 450 
1^ more or less WmI 
(^ Uttle N^ Ro»i and 
nmaing a <Ustanee ot ItO 



feet along the South side 
of Virginia Beach Boule- 
vard, rwmiq; a distance of 
460 feet almg the Wes- 
tern prc^er^ line, run- 
ning a distance of 250 feet 
al<MEf the Southern prop- 
erty line and nmniia a 
distance of 320 feet along 
tte Eastern property Uik 
(said parcel CMtains 2.1 
acres more or less) and 
to classify the property 
known as Rose Hall as an 
historical site deemed de- 
sirable for preservation. 
Plats with more detailed 
information are available 
in the Department ol Plan- 
ning. (Princess Anne 
Plaia-Groveland Park- 
Belle Haven Area). 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 
DEFERRED FOR 60 DAYS 
BY PLANNING COMMIS- 
S|(Hf ON DECEMBER 10, 
1974: 

2. Petition of Urt)an Sys- 
tems Development Cor- 
poration for a Change of 
Zoning District Classifi- 
cation from B-1 Business 
Residential District to B-2 
Community Business Dis- 
trict on certain pn^erty 
located at the Northwest 
intersection of Proposed 
False Cape Parkway and 
Atwoodtown Road, running 
a distance of 425 feet along 
the North side of Poposed 
False Cape Parkway and 
running a distance of 400 
feet along the West side 
of Atwoodtown Road, run- 
ning a distance of 425 feet 
aloi^ the Northern prop- 
erty line and running a 
distance of 400 feet aloiig 
the Western property line. 
Said parcel ^contains 4 
acres more oi less. Plats 
with more detailed infor- 
mation are available in 
the Dqtartment of Plan- 
ning. (Lagomar Area). 
PRINCES ANNE BOR- 
OUGH. 

3. Petition of Urtan Sys- 
tems development Corp- 
oration for a Change of 
Zoning District Classifi- 
cation from R-4 Re- 
sidential District to B-2 
Community Business Dis- 
trict on certain pr(^rty 
located on the North side 
, of Pnvosed. False Cape 
Parkway beginnii^ at a 
- point 425 feet more or less 
West of Atwoodtown Road 
and running a distance of 
850 feet along the South- 
ern property line of which 
425 feet is the North sjde 
of Proposed False Cape 
Parkway, running a dis- 
tance of 850 feet along the 
Western pn^rty, line,, 
runninl^ a distant^ of ISOO 
feet more or less along 
tte Northern property line 
and nmnii% a distance of 
400 feet aloi« the East- 
ero prqwrty line. Said 
larcel contains 9 acres. 
Flats with more detailed 
information are available 
in tte Department of Pbin- 
ning. (Lagomar Area). 
PRINCESS ANNE BOR- 
OUGH. 

4. Petition of Urban Sys- 
tems Development Cor- 
poration for a Change of 
Zoning District Classi- 
fication from R-4 Resi- 
dential District to R-9 Re- 
sidential Townhouse Dis- 
trict on certain property 
located on the West side 
of Atwoodtown Road te- 
ginning at a point 400 feet 
Nortn of Proposed Fal- 
se Cape Parkway, running 
a distance of 2700 feet 
more or less along the 
Eastern property line, 
running a distance of 1500 
feet more or less along 
tte Norttern property line, 
running a distance of 1750 
feet more or less along tte 
Western property line and 
running a distance of 900 
feet more or less aloi% 
the Southern property line. 
Said parcel contains 62 
acres (modified from 27 
acres). Plats with more 
detaUed information are 
available in the Depart- 
ment of Planning. (Lago- 
mar Area). PRINCESS 
ANNE BOROUGH. 

5. Petitioo of Urban Sys- 
tems Development Cor- 
poration for a Change of 
Zoni% District Classifi- 
cation from R-4 Residen- 
tial District to R-S Re- 
sidential District on cer- 
tain property l>eeinnii^ at 
a point 850 feet West of 
Atwoodtown Rrad, run- 
ning a distance 2342.64 
feet aln^ the North side 
of Pressed False Cape 
Parkway, running a dis- 
tance of 2300 feet more 
or less alo^ the Wes- 
tern property line, run- 
ning a distance of 2100 
feet more or less along the 
Norttern property line and 
running a distance of 2950 
feet more or less aloi^ tte 
Eastern property line. Said 
I»rcel (»n tains 149 acres 
(modified from 187 acres). 

. Plate with more detailed 
{information are available 
in tte D^nrtmrat of Pian- 
ni%. (Lagomar Area). 
PRINCESS ANNE TR- 
OUGH. 

8. Petition ot Urt»n Sys- 
tems Devel<^ment Cor- 
pora^n for a Change of 
Zo^g District Classifi- 
nfim from R-4 Residen- 
tial District to R-5 He- 
sidenttel Ustri^ on cer- 
tain property b^inni^ at 
a point'^100 feet more or 
less SMth of Prqxised Fa- 
lse Cape Parki«y and run- 
ting a disUncfl ft iW 
letA nran or less al(^ 



the West side of Atwood- • 
town Road, runnW a dis- 
tance of 2230 fe«^ more 
«- less along the Southern 
property line and ronning 
a distance of 2450 feet 
more or less along the 
Western property line. 
Sid s»rcel contains 154.1 
acres (modified from 153.9 
acres). Plate with more 
detailed information are 
available in tte Depart- 
ment of Planning. (Lago- 
mar Area). PRINCESS 
ANNE BOROUGH. 
7. Petition ol Urban Sys- 
tems Development Cor- 
poration for a Chaise of 
Zonitf District Classi- 
fication from B-2 Com- 
munity Business District 
to R-4 Residential District 
on certain property t)egtn- 
ning at a point 679.64 feet 
Soutteast of Entrada 
Drive, running a distance 
of 1150 feet along the Sou- 
ttern pr<q>erty line of 
which 950 feet is the North 
side of Sandbridge Road, 
running a distance of 670 
feet more or less along the 
Eastern property line, 
runnii^ a distence of 1380 
feet more or less along 
the Northern property line 
and running a distance of 
600 feet along the Wes- 
4ern pr<^rty line. Said 
parcel contains 16 acres 
(modified from 27.3 ac- 
res). Plate with more de- 
teiled information are 
available in the De- 
partment of Planning. (La- 
gomar Area). PRINCESS 
ANNE BOROUGH, 
is. Application of Urban 
Systems Development 
Corporation for a Condi- 
tional Use Permit for a 
golf course and accessory 
recreatiohaluses oncer- 
tain property located at 
tte Noruieast corner ol 
Atwoodtown Road and Pro- 
posed False Cape Park- 
way, running a distance of 
3200 feet along the South- 
ern property line of which 
2100 feet more or less 
is the North side of Pro- 
posed False Calpe Park- 
way, running a distance 
of 3280 feet more or less 
along the Eastern property 
line, (City of Virginia 
Beach Canal), running a 
dtetence of 3550 feet more 
or less along tte North- 
ern property line and run- 
ning a distance of 3350 
feet along the Western pro- 
perty line. Said parcel con- 
tains 200 acres (modified 
from 161 acres). Plats with 
more deteiied information 
are available in the De- 
partment of Planning. (La- 
gomar Area). PftlNC^, 
ANNE BOROUGH. 

9. Application of Colonial 
Stores, Inc., for the dis- 
continuance, closure and 
at>andoment of a portion 
of 28th Street beginning 
at the Westero boundary 
of Aretic Avenue and ex- 

{ tending in a Westerly dir- 
l ection to the Eastern boun- 
* dary of Baltic Avenue 
(Holly Rmi). Said street 
is 60 feet in width and 
conteins 29.000 square feet 
more or less as shown 
on Map «f Central Park, 
Inc. Plate with more de- 
tailed information are 
available in the Depart- 
ment of Planning. VIR- 
GINIA BEACH BOROUGH. 

10. Application of Colonial 
Stores, Inc., for the dis- 
continuance, closure and 
abandoment of an unnamed 
20-foot alley or lane te- 
ginning at a point 140 feet 
South of the Southwest in- 
tersection of 29th Street 
and Arctic Avenue and run- 
ning in a Westerly dir- 
ection to the Eastern boun- 
dary of Holly Road (Bal- 
tic Avenue). Said lane con- 
tains 7800 square feet 
more or less as shown 
on Map of Central Park, 
Inc. Plats with more de- 
toiled information are 
available in the Depart- - 
ment of Planning. VIRGIN- 
IA BEACH BOROUGH. 
DEFERRED 30 DAYS BY 
PLANNmC COMMIffilON 
ON JANUARY 14, 1975: 

11. Petition of HAM In- 
vestment Corporati(»i by 
Grover C. Wright, Jr. At- 
torney, for a Change of 
Zonu^ District Classifi- 
cation from A-1 Apartment 
District to B-4 Resort 
Commercial District on 
pn^rty beginnit^ at a 
point 70 feet North of 20th 
Street nmning a distance 
of 130 feet along the Eas- 
tern property line of which 
60 feet is the West side 
of Arctic Avenue, nmning 
a distance of 210 feetaioi^ 
tte Northern property line, 
running a distance ot 130 
feet along the Western pro- 
perty line and running a 
distence of 210 feet ^yng 
tte Souttera prc^rty line 
of which 100 feet is tte 
North side at 2ttb Street. 
Said parcel contains 0.45 
acre more or less. VIR- 
GINIA BEACH BOROUGH. 

12. Ai^lication of M&M 
Investment Corporation by 
Grover C. Wright, Jr. At- 
torney, for the discojtin- 
uance, closure aixl aban- 
dnnent of a portlca of 
a 20-foot alley located in 
Block 44, Map No. 6, Vir- 
glnta B«ch Devel<^>ment 
Co., b^(inning at tte Wes- 
tern bMadary (4 Arctic 
Avenue and runnii^ in a 
Westerly directiwi a dis- 
tance of 340 feet. Said 
parcel contains 680 
squre ftrt. VimilNlA 
BEACH BOROUGH. 



REGULAR AGENDA 
CHANGE OF ZONING DIS- 
TRICT CLARIFICATIONS 

13. Petition ot Urban Sys- 
tems Devekq>ment Corp- 
oration for a Change of 
Zoning District Ctessi- 
fication from B-2 Com- 
munity Business District 
to R-5 Residential District 
beginni^ at a point 1629. 
64 feet Southeast of Es- 
trada Drive, running a dis- 
tence of 670 feet along the 
Western property line, 
running a distance of 600 
feet along the Northern 
property line, rumiing a 
distance of 694 feet along 
the Eastern property line 
and running a distence of 
820 feet along the South- 
ern property line which 
is tte North side of Sand- 
bridge Road. Said parcel 
conteins 11.3 acres. Plats 
with more deteiied infor- 
mation are available in 
tte deiMirtmait of Plan- 
ning. (Lagomar Area). 
PRINCESS ANNE. BOR- 
OUGH. 

14. Petition of Lake Brad- 
ford Corporation for a 
Change of Zoning District 
Classification from A-1 
Apartment District to A-3 
Apartment District loca- 
ted on pn^rty on the 
East side of Pleasure 
House Road l>eginning at 
a point 400 feet more or 
less Eiouth of North Green- 
well Road, and across from 
Old Harris Lane, running 
a distence of 273.25 feet 
al(x;g the East side of Plea- 
sure House Road, running 
a distence of 790 feet along 
tte Northern property line, 
running a distence of 273. 
25 feet along the Eastere 
property line and running 
a distance of 790 feet along 
the Souttero property line. 
Said parcel conteins 4.89 
acres. (Bradford Terrace 
Area). 

BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

15. Petition of T. E. Hur- 
ley for a Change of Zon- 
ing District Classifica- 
tion from R-6 Residential 
District to A-4 Apartment 
District on certain pro- 
perty located on the East 
side of Matt Lane and at 
tte Eastern extremity of 
Garden Drive, runnii^ a 
distance of 137.40 feet 
atong the East side of Matt 
Lane, running a distence of 
134.56 feet along the Nor- 
thera property line, run- 
ning a distence of 137.42 
feet along the Eastera pro- 
perty line and running a 
distence of 135.60 feet 
along the Southern pro- 

i perty line . Said parcel con- 
; teins 18,500 square feet 
more or less, and is known 
as "Un-numtered Parcel, 
Ptet "A" of Additional 
Lote, West Oceana Gar- 
dens. (West Oceana Gar^^ 
dens Area). LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH. 
STREET CLOSURE 

16. Application of tte Es- 
tete of R. Stenley Osborne, 
et al, by A. Russell Kirk, 
Attorney, for tte dis- 
contteuance, closure and 
abandoment of a 10 foot 
lane between 74th street 
and 7Sth Street bounded on 
the North by Lote 47 
through 62 and on tte South 
by Lots 63 through 78, 
as shown on the plat en- 
titled "Shore Realty Cor- 
poration" dated Novemter 
1925. Ptets with more de- 
teOed information are 
available in the De- 
partment of Planning. 
^01% Viitinia Beach-Sea 
Stere Stele Park Area). 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 
All interested perscms are 
invited to attend. 
Cterles C. Carrington 
Director of Planning 

Jan. 22, 29, 2t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of tte City 

of Virginia Beach, on the 

23rd day of Decemter, 

1914. 

Donna Seace Sterner, 

Plaiattff, 

against 

Gary M. Sterner, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion. '' 

And an affidavit' teving 
been made and filed ttet 
tte defendant is a non- 
resident of the Stete of 
Virgima, the last known 
post office address teing: 
5195 S. W. 64th Avenue, 
Miami, Florida it is or- 
dered that he do appear 
here within 10 (ten) days 
after due publication here- 
of, and do what may te 
Mcessary to pnAect his 
lAereri in this suit. 
A conr-T^te: JOHN V. 
FEWmtSS: CLERK 
Scmiie G. Cufley, p.q. 
147 Granby Street, Sutte 
322 p.q. 
Norfolk, Virginte 23510 

Jaa. 1. 8, 15, 22 4t 



Tte object of this suit 
is to ol^in a divorce a 
mensa et thoro to te mer- 
ged irrto a divorce a vin- 
culo latrimonii from tte 
said defendant, upon tte 
gr(wnds of desertion on 
April 9, 1974. 

And an affidavit teving 
been made and filed that 
the defendant 10204 West 
96th Terrace, #F, OverUirf 
Park, Kansas 66212 it is 
ordered ttet she do appear 
tere within ten (10) days 
after due poblicatioB tere- 
of, and do what may te 
necessary to prrtect her 
interest in this suit, f 
A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS CLERK 
Christie It Cutterman 
Suite 515 Bk. of Va. 
Building p.q. 
Norfolk, Virginte 23510 

Jaa. 1,8, 15, 22 4t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office ol the 

Circmt court ot the city 

of Virgima Beach on the 

23rd day of Decemter, 

1974. 

Cterles AUen Snyder, II, 

PteinUff, 

against 

Deborah Lee Perry Snyder, 

Defendant. 

Tte object of this suit 
te to ot>tain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon tte 
grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit teving 
l>een made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, tte last known 
post office address teing: 
62 Athens Lane, Mount 
Morris, Michigan it is or- 
dered ttet she do appear 
here within ten (10) days 
after due publication here- 
of, and do wtet may te 
necessary to protect her 
teterest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Barrow k Lowe 
3104 Arctic Avenue, Va. 
23451 

Jan. 1, 8, 15, 22 4t 



The Sun. Jan. 22, id'fS - B-S 

(MtDER 
VOIGIMM: «.^IM THE 
CLERK'S OMWX OF THE 
CIRCUIT COUCT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH, ON THE 27th DAY 
OF Decemter, 1974. 
In re: AdDpUoD of Donald 
Lee Itamman and Richard 
ScMHamman 
By: lUrlan James Engel 
and Jaeqaellte Marie (Lee) 
Engel Petittoners 
To: George CUflord Ham - 
man 

7925 Azalea Garden Road 
Norfolk, Virginte 
> In Chancery 

#C74-532 
This day came Harten 
James Engel and Jac- 
queline Marie (Lee) Engel, 
Petitioners, and repre- 
srated ttet the object of 
thte proceeding is to ef- 
toct tte ^dtqttion of the 
above named intent(s), 
Xkxali Lee Hamnun and 
Richaro Scott Hamman, by 
Harten James Engel and 
Jacqueline Marie (Lee) En- 
Jacqueline Marie (Lee) 
Engel, hiMtend and wife, 
and affidavit having been 
made and filed ttet George 
Clifford Hamman, a natural 
parent of said child(ren), 
is a resident of the Stete 
of Virginte, the last known 
post (Sice address teing: 
7925 Asalet Garden Road, 
Noriolk, Virginte. 

It U tterefore Ordered 
ttet tte said George Clif- 
ford Hamman ippeiT te- 
fore thte Court within ten 
(10) days after publication 
of tUs Order and indicate 
his attitude toward the pro- 
posed adq>tion, or other- 
wise do wtet is necessary 
to prefect bis iiderest la 
this matter. 
A copy teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 
Fine, Fine, Legum I Fine 
720 Uw BMg. 
Norfolk^ Virginte p.q. 

Dec. 1, 8, IS, 22, 4t 



ORDEH of PUBLICA'nON 

In tte Clerk's CMfice (rf 

tte Circuit Coirt of tte City 

of Virginte Beach, on tke 

27th day of Decemter, 

1974. 

Seth MitcteU, Jr., 

Vlutm, 

against 

Unds L. MitcteU, 

Defendaid. 

Tte object <rf tUs ntf 
te to oMain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii on tte 
grouads of sqiantion tor 
a two aad mora year per- 
iod and/or dMertiOB from 
tte said defen^but. 
And an affidavit teving been 
madye aad filed and ttet 
doe diligence |as been used 
I9 tte Complainant to as- 
certain in wtet county, 
mnnic^iallty or corpor- 
ation the Defendant resides 
te, wltkout effect, as fiie 
Complainant terain de- 
poses, tte last known post 
otHct address teing: Cy- 
press Court Apts. Aft: #3, 
1911 19tk A Pacific Streete, 
Virginte Beach, Virginte 
it te ondered-ttet ste do 
aiqiear tere withto ten ao) 
days after (kie publication 
teraof, aad (to wtet mayte 
necMsary to protect ter 
teterest to tkte salt 
A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLEIOC 
Boyce k SpaaoilUs - 
105 N. Ptesa TreU 
Va. Beach, Va. 

Jan. 1, 8, 15, 22, 4t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATKW 

to tte Clerk's Office of H» 

Circuit Court of the city of 

Virginte Beach, (w tte 23rd 

day of December, 1974. 

Jack Seven Pelte, 

PteinUff, 

against 

Unda-Le Margaret LkoI 

DefMdaat. 



ORDER 
VIRGIWA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
CIRCDIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VmCHOA 
BEACH, ON THE 20 DAY 
OF DECEMBER, 1974. 
te nf. Adoptl(» of a ddld 
to te named Tanya 
Lea Wise, an infant, by 
Emma Darlene Wise and 
Rotert Lee Wise, " 
By: 

Petltloaers 
To: Glom E. Lawson 
USS Delte 

FPO Saa Fraaelseo 
m CHANCERY 
•C-14-a8 
Thte ((rty came i^- -■•• 
Darlene Wis'j and huw. i 
Lee Wise, Petitioners, and 
represented ttet tte ob- 
Jed . ot thte fffoceed- 

ing is to etfecl tte tiap- 
tton of the above named 
infaiM (s), Tanya Lea Wise 
bf Emma Darlene Wise 
ud Rotert Lee Wise, hus- 
band aad wife, ani affi- 
davit tevtag been made and 
filed ttet Glenn E. Law- 
son, a mtural parent ot 
said child (reo), te a w»- 
rsldent of tte Stete of Vir- 
ginte, tte last known post 
office a(Mress teit%: US 
Delte FPO San Francisco, 
tt te therefore Ordered ttet 
tte said Glenn E. Lawmm 
appear tefore this Court 
wttein tM (10) «teys after 
publi(»tion (tf tkte Orter 
and indicate Us/ter atti- 
tude toward tte prop(»ed 
Mh^tioo, or (Atefewise do 
wtet te necessary to pro- 
tect hte interest te this 
matter. 

A «39 Mte: Jote V. Fen- 
tress, Clett 

Jan. 1, 8, If, 22 « 



NOTICE OF 
PUBLIC HEARING 
The Virginte Beach Board 
of Zoning Appeals will 
conduct a Public Hearing 
on We(taesday, February 
5, 1915, at 7:30 P.M. te 
Circuit Court Room #5, 
City Hall, Virginia Beach, 
Viitinia. The following 
ifildications will appear on 
the agenda. 

PLEASE MAKE NOTE OF 
THE CHANGE OF LO- 

CA-noN. 

1. Roland M. Thompson 
re(piests a variance of 3 
feet to a 7 foot side yard 
setteck (east propierty 
Une) testead of 10 feet 
as required of lot 8, Sec- 
tion I, Eastwood Manor, 
2228 N. Lakeside Drive. 
Lynnteven Borough. 

2. Richter Realty Co., Inc. 
re(niests a variance of 10 
fen to a "0" setteck from 
Atlairtic Avenue (West 
property line) and a "0" 
setteck from tte Board- 
walk (east property line) 
instead of a 10 foot set- 
teck each as required and 
a variance to waive toe 
required on site parking 
spaces for retell and re- 
steurant uses on Lot 5, 
Block 19, Virginte Beach 
Development Corporation, 
1903 - 1905 Atlantic Ave- 
nue. Virginte Beach Bor- 
ough. 

3. John D. and Sarah F. 
aancil re<|uest a variance 
of 2 feet 9 inches to. a 
1 foot 3 inch side yard 
setteck (west pn^rty 
Une) instead of 10 feet 
as required of lot 16, Fir- 
st Colonial Estates, 901 
Glenfield Court. Lynn- 
teven Borough. 

4. Juliad Realty Company 
requests a variance to al- 
low parking in the requir- 
ed setteck from a street 
wtere prohibited and to 
waive the required land- 
scapi<% in the setback on 
Parcel 38-A, Airport In- 
dustrial Park, 1536 Air 
Rail Avenue. BiaysideBor- 
(Nigh. 

5. Willtem J. Kirby (Con- 
tract Owner) requests an 
exception, to permit the 
exteoticm of the B-2 (Com- 
munity Business District) 
Inundary 20 feet north to 
tte northern property line 
on a 40 foot by 100 foot 
closed portion of Coronet 
Av«!ue (formerly Wayne 
Aventie, - closed Novemter 
18, 1914), Chesapeake 
aiores. Pleasure H(wse 
Road and Coronet Avenue. 
Bayside Borough. 

6. City of Virginia Beach, 
Diriment of Public Ut- 
ilities requests a variance 
of 16 fe^ to a 14 foot 
trtmt yard setteck instead 
of 30 feet as required and 
of 2.5 feet to a 12.5 foot 
side yard setteck (east 
pn^rty liiw) and of 5 
feet to a 10 foot side yard 
srtteck (west property 
Une) instead of 15 feet 
each as required on part 
of l(rt 21, Little Neck Vil- 
lage, 645 Joteson Street. 
Lynnteven Bom^h 
PLEASE MAKE NOTE OF 
THE CHANGE OF LOCA- 
TION. 

ALL APPLICANTS MUST 

APPEAR BEFORE THE 

BOARD 

W, L. Towers 

Secretery 

Jan. 15. 22 2t 



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sified ads are the answer. In no time at 
all you'll experience the result-power of a 
Classified Ad. In ByerlyPublicatiwiCom-. 
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people of many ages andneeds. Place your 
ad today. Call 486-34%or mail in the handy 
cotton. We're here to help you with your 
ad! 

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ANY cloisification for cpiick action and 

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poMtments. 

LOSE WEIGHT with NEW 
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drex Water PiUs at jroUr 
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PART TIMEBOOKKEEP- 
11^ - lor small iMisiaess- 
es, boBlness, ptjrroU and 
personal taxes, pick up and 
deUver, Call 490-2438 af- 
ter 6. -^ 

SEWING MACHINE SER- 
vice headquarters - All 
makes, models, new, used, 
relMilt. 3371 E. Princess 
Anne Rd., Glen Cordle, 30 
years experieoce, 857- 
4876. 



FREE PROFESSIONAL 
make-up lessons. Vivian 
Woodard Cosmetics. For 
appointment call 4*4-6170 
(Subsidiary of General Fo- 
ods) 



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SOUTHAMPTON 

ilVESTOCK 
SALES 

lEGULAR LEVESTCXX 

AUCTION 

1-30 

EyERY TUESDAY 

We have top competiiiM 

oattets for all classes of 
cattlt- and bogs. AU top 
weight market hogs and 
sows are state-graded and 
merchandised in uniform 
lots for ft? top dollar in 
Virgiaia oB eMhiXwsdl} 

Statergraded sUnghter ca- 
tUe sales held aloip with 
regular weekly auction 
each Third Tuesday (starts 
February 18). Contact us 
lor all fed cattle informa- 
tioo on price and grade. 

StMe graded feeder pig 
sale on each Second 
and Fourth Thursdays, 

nc. Tel-0-Aactian seUiag 
system is utilized for all 
sales. 

THY OUR SYSTEM 
YOU WILL BE 
SATISFIED 

For information contact 

W.T.'Red" O'Berry 
Field Representative 
Newsons, Virginia 
6S4-5«)1 

Ben or Joe Howell 

Box 104 

Courtlaad, Virginia 

562-2144 or 562-2143 

SOUTHAMPTON 

LIVESTOCK SALES, 

INCORPORATED 

Off Highway 58 between 

Courtland and Franklin, 

Virginia 



AUTO JUNK - ACME AU- 
to, buys and tows iad[ cars. 
855-9158. 
S-2-5 

EARN |$-FOR YOUR GR- 
OUP, club organization. LA- 
DIES, have fun while earn- 
ing 9%. Call for detals 
340-3175. 



RNNOVNCEMeN^ 

3-Special Notices 



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jWCriM Prices 



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3-S^ial Notices, 



VA. BEACH SILVER 
SALES - Silver BuUim 
immediate posession lOOoz 
Bars or Less. Pbcme 464- 
3650 for appointment. 



GROW YOUR OWN FRUIT. 
Free copy 48-pg. Planting 
Guide CaUlog in color, of- 
fered by Vii^oia's largest 
growers ol fruit trees, nut 
trees, berry idants, grape 
vines, ludscaptag plant 
material. Waynesboro, 
Virginia 229M 



REDUCE SAFE ANDFAST 
Witt. G<Aese Tablete A 
E-Vap 'Water PlUs' at 
liurdeaDrag. 



AUTO JUNK - CLEAN UP 

your neighborhood, pay 

cash or tree towlag, 424- 

19*5. 

Sj^-5 

ART. MOLDING. AMD HY- 
drocal plaster for art work. 
6n-2396. Whitehurst,Bla- 
ssinghan Corp. 
S-2-5 



ROOMMATES 
WANTH) 
FEMALES 

Bow Creek Area 
3 Bedroom Home 
Furnished 

Can 

464-1111 Days 

3^}.4644 Evenm^ 



SEWING AND ALTER- 
ations - Any type of sew- 
ing, even if it seems im- 
possible, 1 can do it. 
489-7373 
S-2-5 

7-ln Memoriam 

WE WISH TO EXPRESS 
our sincere af^reciationto 
all the friends of FRANCES 
VIRCmiA CARAWAN for 
your many deedi of kind- 
ness which made ber days 
a little brighter. We will 
always be grateful for the 
toy you brougbt her. 

The FamUy 

■ AinOMOHLM 



Il-Automibiles lOr Sale 

UONT GAMBLE ON llStI) 

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iiri!' ».iiniil\ L'i:.ii.uil' ' 

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VOLKSWAGEN . 1971 pop 
Top Custom camper, new- 
ly rebuilt 1972 engine, new 
tires, all in excellent coa- 
dttion. Call 428-3429 or 
4 M-8213. 

VOLKSWAGENS 
Large selection of used 
Volkswagens, most models 
most colors. 100 per cent 
gnarairteed. BankHnancisg 
credit a^roved by phone 
V1CT<»Y VOLKSWAGEN 
3401 Victory Blvd. Ports. 
197-1216 

1972 OLDS - TORNADO, 
pale yellow with vinyl top. 
Fully e<juiped, new tires. 
Excellent condition. Priced 
ior quick sale. $2,500 Call 
424-4507 - after 6 p:m. 
to 10:30 p.m. 

CHEVY BELAIR - 1973 
9ation Wagon, 3 seater, 
12,500 miles, full power, 
will consider trade on sm- 
aller auto, 486-1959. , 
S-1-29 

14-Aato Parts, Repairs 

PLAZA CARPARTS - NOW 
<^n, complete line of au- 
to parts at discount prices. 
481 South Lyonbaven Mi- 
ni Mall. 486-2785. 
S-2-5 

15-Utility Trailers 



1973 - U-HAUL-FACTORY 
built, 14 X 6 trailer; double 
axle, tandem brakes, att- 
ached trailer Jack 428- 
5193. . 
S-2-5 



S4-Bd9 Wanted 



SALES - EARN WHILE 
cUldren are in school and 
en^y the unUmited on>or- 
tantties. Call 340-3175. 



|4-BelD Wt rted 
lOWOMB^ 
. WANTS) 

Local ooaceni bow Uriar 
tor tood payte j^, l^ 
oonpuy bciicWs. Mo «-• 
p«rime« MC«ssary. For 
aspoMiaeat Call 499- 

nss. . 



Se-MisWuitcd 



SEWING AT IWME' 
elMM ior little Girls and 
WfloiM. WUl to«, « •!- 
teratloM. (Ctarchlaid 
areaT W4-9S3S 

WILL BABYSIT IN MY 
kiMM • Ar«BM« Section, 
Oesapctfke. lot Uadies. 
fenced yard, honriy «w 
^a^aTN54S- Z»32 



WANtED: EIPERIENCED 
lady to babysit in my home 
occasionally etays or 
nights Will furnish traas- 
portatitm Great Bridge 
area. References. 547- 
5503 . 



HAS JOB li SECURITY 
got yoa worried? To qua- 
lified Individuals, high in- 
come position with retire- 
ment security. CaU 484- < 
7322. 



CARPET iNoiAi^l^ilON 
helper - No experience ■*- 
eifed, veteran prelered, 
call 855-4469. 
S-2-5 



NO EXPERIENCE 
NECEKARY 

to earn good Income with 
RAWLEIGH, We train. 
For appointment call 
397-0716 



ARE YOU SICK AND TIRED 
of working for someone 
else? U so call 426-2060 
after 6 p.m. 

MASSAGE GIRL 

«175WraCLY 

GUARANTY 

No experlwice necessary, 
will train 18 or over. Bus- 
iness Man's Massage * 
Health ^. 857-5018. 

LOOKING FOR PEOPLE 
who want to earn $100 to 
}400 a month, part time 
basis. For information call 
49f-4511 



SECRETARY 

EtCELL EMT 

OPPOaTUHITT 

for qualified person with 
buic secretarial skills. No 
shotfiaM.MMd -mi/a-tm^ 
nded, mature person, good 
Witt people. Excellent 
ing conditions with com- 
munity developmentprgan- 
iiation. Fringe package in- 

I eluded. 
Call for appointment: 
Call fOr appointment: 
482-21U 

BILINGUAL VOLL'N 
teers-Tbe Virginia Beach 
School System is interest- 
ed in oUainiag tbe ser- 
vices ci bilingikl (Enclish 
as a fluent second languge) 
volmiteers to assist stud- 
eids new to this cowtry. 
Interested indivi- 
duals should contact Mr. 
JKksonat 427-4SS5. 

" CASHIER 

RECEPTIONIST 

J140 Week guaranteed sa- 
lary. No experience neces- 
sary. 

857-501 ft 



NEB)H} AT ONCE 

2AAEN 

1 WOAAAN 

To fill recently created 
positions. For full in- 
iOrmation CaU 499-278S. 



HELP WANTED -SALES 
■en. Foil time. Chts- 
iVMke Post, ViillnU 
Beach Sun, Churchland 
Pictorial. If you can sell 
we can make yon a news- 
paperman or woman. If yon 
like telephone selling yoa 
are also invited to apply. 
We are an expanding cmn- 
mnnity new^aper groi^. 
The IWnre looks great. 
This is a longrange growth 
aHiortunity for the right 
person. Sales aptitude ab- 
solutely essential. Wewant 
to talk to people who are 
positively motivated to be 
successful. Prior sales 
experience required. Write 
Byerly Newspapers, P.O. 
Box 1327, Chesapeake, Vir- 
guda 23320; % Mr. Bly. 
fTell us why yon can tead- 
le the job - write today.) 

-HOMEinnKERS WAMTEO 
IN THIS AREA:' men, wo- 
men, stadents. No exper- 
ience necessary; stuffing A 
.^ddressiiv envelcqies 

(Commission Mailers) 
Earn sparetlme money at 
home. )100.00 weekly pos- 
sible. Send $1.00 (refund- 
able) and long, stamped en- 
velope lor details; PPS- 
392, 216 Jackson #612, Chi- 
cago 60606. 



LADY TO PREPAHE 
evening meal, Monday thru 
Thurs., my home or yours. 
Kempsvill area. 499-9560 
or 490-0149. 



PART TIME SALESMAN - 
selling to small twsl- 
oesses - NEW item - BIG 
need. Commissions paid 
weekly. Call Thursday Jan. 
16th between 6 A 9 PM. 
424-5827. 



NEWXD6S 

WAITRESS - HOSTESS 

EXPERIENCE 
PRffBKED 

Will train In new position, 
^10 'month guarantee. 
Mnst be aUe to start work 
tmmediatly. This is not 
restaurant work. CaU 499- 
2763. 



JEWELRY SALES NO 
DrVESTlfENT-424-1198 

3S-JobS Wanted 

CHILD CARE Di MY HO- 
me - LoU tender loving 
care. Playmates. Near 
Western Branch Element- 
ary School. Reasonable 
I^Bte to Kiadergarden. 
4«4-54M^ 

WILL BABYSIT IN MY Ho- 
me for working Mothers. 
Monday thro^h Fridays, 
Great Bridge area. Hot lu- 
nches, fenced yard. 547- 
5449 

BABYSTTING IN MY 
home - Day or Night, Gr- 
een Run Area, fM meals, 
Ptaygrdiad privileges, 
427-IU5. 
S-1-29 



LOANS 

FORAHY 
WOrrBWHILE PURPOSE 

NOTE and AUTO 

Norfolk 
County 
Finance Co. 

LOCALLY OWN© 
AND OPERATED 

482-3381 

MS BATTLEnfeLD BLVR 
VILSOII fflCVPING CSMTEE 





TDOLS 



INDUSTRIAL A 
CONSTRUCTION 
EOUIPMONT RENTAL __^ 

543-5723«w»ld«ii "iWr ComprMjof* 
•Forkffts •%)oc« Haoters 
•Croiw* *OMMn Sows 
•Punipi 

f333 Bciinbridge Blvd. 

NORM>^ DEAN: MGR. 




SUFFOLK 

TREl 
SERVICE 



• Remot^ 
. •Toflpiig 

• Priming 

Full Service 
Reasonable Rates 

934-1649 



AUTO JUNK - WE WILL 
*" cash for whole a*o 
^nk, trucks and ears. CaU 

g53-2059. 
s-Z-5 



VIRGINIA 
STUD REGISTRY 

LOOKING FOR A GOOD 
AKC registered Stj.! or 
Puppy? 

CALL 424-2174 
9 to 7 

Closed on Wrtnesday 



FUNDS AVAILABLE 

• Shopping Cenlen 

• hknngHpmet 
•Coinmwicat - ttf 

2mlmortogM 

• Coratrudion, dis- 
tre«s property 

Dovis-Lorrivee 
Assotiotes 

490-3184 



\ W.C. ROBERTSON M.D. ! 

ANNOUNCES THE OPENNG 

A SECOND OFFICE 

For the practice (rf C^jbthalmology 

224 BotttoffieM Blvd. 

(Old ^mrtng Center) 

Great Bri^, ^esopedce, Vo. 

Hours by oppMiiment 



199-S8S1 
Portsmouth 

aAfiflOABdaafiaMfiMaA 



547-3100 
CbMtfMke 



CbMtfMfce I 

flaflflflflflaflfl awwnfMwi 



BLACK 
BROTHERS 

ftiilders 

liofne Im pr o ^ea erts 
Cootractors 
(^n«eftdIdM« 
Ro(Mi Addttkms 
AlmnhMa^Mic 
AxA-Caivorts 
Ktttften BmboMMv 

CAU. ANYTIME 
545-7318 

M^ E Stack, 8r 
IMOhitAvaM 
ChM^Mto, ya. 



TYPOHJ -MAMUSCWPTS, 
MY HCniE, Experienwd, 
(anaaHUe, UcMsed, 
4kO-MI4 

S-2-5 



CmUDCAKE m MY 
Christian hooie fn- woik- 
li« mothers, hot meals, 
fenced yard. Phone 340- 
36»7a«er». 

WILL BABYSIT W MY 
home-Monday through Fri- 
day. Great Bridge Area. 
«2-l492 

DABlMmilU - BY THE 
hoar, atjfUaM, Jay or ni- 
ght, excqil TMSdav Mora- 
lly, Va. Beach area, 
340-2689. 



ECONOMIZE 

DoA'l toe« tt amjr - 
Bawe tt r tf ae d fed. r^nad. 
or Npalrad. EipM^AL- 
TEBAnOMS A MESS MA- 

iONG. Reasonable. 

Call 4S4-94M . 



ATII.L BAflYSrr^F^ 
«oridi« ■other. Dnnedm 
CtiorcUand. AU ages. 484- 
7S45 * . 



WILL BABYSrr IN MY 
hoae weekdays. Fenr«<l 
jnrd, Tajrio'' Wood Estates. 
CtaBchland area, Ches- 
apeake. 4M-I087 



DOG GROOMING 

AH Breeds - Experienced 
A have groomed pDfess- 
ionaUy in 4 st^es. Rea- 
sonaUe, no tranquiUzers. 
Tender care. 483-2793 



BABYSITTIWl - MY HO- 
me, Aragona ViUage, re- 
ferences, teasoaaUe ra- 
tes, 497-'n«3. 
S-2-5 



FMANOAl 




IVBaaiBMn 



START YOUR OWN - MA- 
gto Mist Caniet Cleaaiac , 
bMiaess, be ymr own 
boss, low latMtBwal. high 
profit for aaUtiaw per- 
son only. 425-MS5. 



OFFSET PRINTIHG - IF 
yon want a newspaper or 
eircalar prMed the ecoa- 
omical otfect way, check 
with Byerly Pid>licalioas. 
Lowed prices in Tide- 
water. Cofltpositiott ser- 
vices. CaU Gfcne Wen- 
dort - 547-4571 or Nor- 
ris Bly 627-S(^ lor no 
obligation quotation. 

2Bd OiOnlt: - COUPLES 
preferred, no telephone in- 
terviews, appointm^ Call 
499-9539. 
S-2-5 




«<-l«««*l 



GiHWND KmOL - 
Cmnn-instmiMU, V^gA 
Instructor, Flight A.T.P. 
Call 486-7060. 
S-2-5 

LEARN VOCATION AS A 
.Norae's Aide/Medical Sec - 
r«tary/lto^Mfer/Cl•rk-Ty• 
^A. Cdl el-(B49 today. 
PnlnritMll Business In- 

TMSTROCnOM CLAIKES" 

Jtoses AMc* - OnlerUes' - 
Oak BUI Medical Training 
Sckool, Great Bridge 547- 
^156. 



44-Maslc, Dance. Ih-ama 



Sl-Ar ttelea lar Sale 

aJFA BED - $50. COF- 
fee table, 2 ead tables ma- 
de S{«ln. land carved, gl- 
ass projective t<* - fS. 
4SS-4179. 

KffiSALE o 
aMAECTABLEfr- 
washstaad, anttqae ehalr, 
exercise cycle, pi«ure fr- 



PROFESSIONAL 

PIAMO LESSONS 

Thaory toetodad by 

Mnsleiaa, 8 yrs. Eqier. 

484-1110 



DRUM LESSONS 

area prolessioiKii 

Coll Mr. Hill 

42B-»597 




47-Dogs. Cats, Othfer Pets 



POODLE - MALE. 16H0S. 
old, cream, all shots Can 
be registered. |25. 484- 
1224 



PART SIAMESE KITTENS- 
oae female, Mnffins. 2 
males. Topsey A Jlagles. 
I weeks. PersoniUty plus. 
Adopt diem by calling 484- 
9188 between 2:W am - 
•:10sak, I**, , *, 



48-Horses, Cattle, etc. 



REGSTERED, BLACK 
aagus, with calves or car- 
rii^ calves. Ideal invest- 
ment. 420-1747, 420-2103 
nighU. 



\Km>tii ^....utU AND 
trained -Great Bridge area. 
$75 per month. For infor- 
mation call 482-4035. 



.c> 



Sl-Artlcles for l^e 



FCm SALE - CULLIGAN 
mark 2 water softner. Good 
as new. $75. CaU 482- 
2341 after 4:30. 



43- Local tastr. Classes 



ATTENTION 

Churches & Schools 

• 9?SdDolDeA 

• 40 Wood Kiadergarden 
Chairs 

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Charles C. Carrlngton, 
Virginia Beach planning 
firector, will leave the 
city's top planning post 
April 15, after almost five 
years as planping direc- 
tor. 

Carrington, 42, submit- 
ted his resignatlMi to City 
Manager George Hanbury 
Jan. 10, but news of the 
Carriogton's decision did 
not surface until last week. 

During an interview with 
The Sun, the plannir^ dir- 
ector declined to comment 
on his plans for the fu- 
ture. 

He is the first depart- 
mrat head to resign since 
foriiier City Manager 
Roger Scott :«slgiied un- 
der pressure from Coun- 
cil Nov. 4. Since that time, 
rumors spread throughout 
City Hall that Carrington 
would resign. 
> Hanbury, who was named 
city manager one week af- 
ter Scott's departure, said 
be did not ask Carriogton 
to resign. 

Carrington became 
planning director in June 
1970 after Patrick Stand- 
ing resigned to take a 
job as a plaming consul- 
tant. Standing successfully 
ran for a City Coancil 
seat last May. 

As Virginia Beach's 
plannii% beM, Carrington. 
supervised the work ontlie 
city's comprehensive lon- 
ii^ ordinance, the plan for 
managing growth, several 
land use plans and a sign 
ordinance. 

Before his tenure as 
Virginia Beach plannii^ 
director, Carrington was 
employed by Bradlniry and 
Associates in Atlanta as 
a planning director. He 
graduated from £ast Ten- 
nessee State University 
with a degree in econ- 
omics, and he completed- 
his masters in plannii^ 
from at the University of 
Tennessee. 




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Secretary 
top sailor 



An assistant in Naval 
Air Station (NAS) Oceana's 
legal office has been named 
January Sailor of the 
Month. 

Janice.jjF. Brown, se- 
cretary and office recep-"' 
tionist in the staff judge 
advocate's office, was se- 
lected for the honor for 
professionalism she dis- 
played while she handled 
problems of persons look- 
ti% for assistance. 

The January Sailor of 
the Month has an asso- 
ciate degree in applied 
science from John Tyler 
Community College in 
Chester, and she is pre- 
sently working for a nur- 
sing degree at Tidewater 
Community College. 

Miss Brown, who makes 
almost all of her own 
civilian clothes, has four 
brothers, Iwt she is the only 
family member enlisted in 
the Navy. She explained 
that she selected the Navy 
because her brothers were 
already enlisted in other 
military services. 

Tte Sailor of the Month 
award entitles Miss Brown 
to a free steak dinner for 
two, a 72-hour liberty, an 
Mgraved watch am) a week- 
end stay at the Twin 
Bridges Mariott Hotel in 
Washington, DC. 




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If .you're a regular Ponderosa customer, we don't have to sell you 
on the quality of our food, our low prices, or our friendly service. 

All you need to know is that now you don't have to go as far to 
get to Ponderosa, because there's a new one right nearby 

If you've never been to Ponderosa, all you need to know is that 
you get a complete steak dinner-steak, baked potato, tossed salad 
with your choice of dressing, and a warm roll with butter-all for 
as little as $1.63 for chopped steak to $2.95 for a T-bone. 

¥)u also get the feeling that everyone at Ponderosa is very happy 
to see you, so now that we're in the neighborhood, why not drop by 

Ponderosar Virgiiiia BeiuA 

On Independence Boulevard across from Haygood Shopping Center 



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Board brush-off burns Beach 




9w SmB Vrtttr 

nm ttt VtrfiaU Water CootnA Board Ucked the 
Aflulle Trataeat PUitt at tte end o{ a Ust of 
IM presets. It nttwd salt lato old wooada, es- 
peiaUy In TinMa Back «tere tte sewage 1r«it- 
M«it fiMrfUtjf wfflbe tocated. 

?iMte reactkn to tte AtlaoUc Treatmeot Plant's 
lot ifftortty eeivlnctd tlie Water Cootnri Boani to 
mmn iti declahm, Imt ao actual cbMie of tte 
pHoMjr Uat feas ^MB made since tte board teld 



itsimrterly' meting tailiefenoad last wedc. 

tasted at Toiktaf lie plant 104, it deserves the 
Mfli $Mi dM to ao 'a^cOwrti^ error," accordU^ 
to Board CMIrman Ray Edwards. 

Edwards made the ^dssfa» wteo Virfinia Sm. 
Berbert Batenaa of Newport News Insisted oa tte 
M|h«r rating, iMit tte board baa ntAjret made tte 

Oftjr tte first 16 projects will receive allocaticns 
Ws fnt, Edwards expliiiwd, and te said he did 
aat wiM to give TMemter "talse tope of new Mnd- 
Iw' vtea tte priortti Ust <4 eAaded oroiects 



is revamped next year. 

But even with the Uglier priority, Steve Lind- 
' Strom, jKlmlaistrative aMistant to tte Hampton Roads 
Sanitation District (HRSD)gnera! manager, estimates 
that the eafUest the AUaotic focllity could te built 
is 1979, two years after HRSD expects its Chesa- 
pealce-EUzabea Blver plant in Little Creek to r%ach 
maximum capacity. 

Meanwhile the Virginia Departmeatcrf Public Health 
has laid down st^^ent regulations which practically 
eliminate iBSUilation of i^w septic tanks in re- 
sidential developments. 



Wittoot increased sewer capacity or tte abUlty 
to rely on septic tanks, Vir^nia Beach officials 
see tte alternative as a complete raoratoriimi on 
growtt. 

'mat worries me is that we have, such a Vital 
problem as sewage," said Councilman Dr. J. Henry 
IfeCt^ in an interview with The Sun. "I can vis- 
aalize everything grinding to i halt because we Jast 
Idain exceeds! onr capacity." 

Cooncilman Dr. Clarence A. Holland agreed. "If 
tte nmhioms are not solved." te warned, "soon 
$ee BOARD, page A -3) 



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City of Virginia Beach, Va. 



January 29, 1975 



15 cents 




Schools add buses 
to 75 shopping list 



Virginia Beach schools received 
advance approval to spend $678,000 
to purchase 54 new school buses 
after Supt. of Schools Dr. E.E. 
Brickell made a special presentat- 
ion to City Council Monday. 

Because of time lags in delivery, 
Brickell explained that the schools 
must order buses now if ttere is a 
chance of baving them on tte road 
for tl»iff5-78 school year 



with mileage exceeding 125,000 and 
130,000. 

"Wten they get up over 100,000 
miles," the superintendent added, 
"cost of maintenance aad In^ak- 
downs are prohibitive." 

Bases are examined ever^ 1,000 
miles, Brickell said, sad the main- 
teaance takes fittmoM to tMrhovrs. 

lack iNtteaniesaidat^^ loads 
of studm^ to and tnm sctool oacb 




Linwl up and rMdy to roll, « row of 
Virginia Beach's fleet of school bii»es 
it framed in ttie side mirror of a^ 
in the scfwols' sibrage yard. One third 



of the buses have trav^|^ more than 
100,000 miles carrying tpeach young- 
sters to school. 



$13,000 each, ten 36-passenger bus- 
es for special education students 
costing $12,000 each, and three 54- 
passenger buses at $15,000 to 
$18,000 each which are equi(^d to 
handle passengers in wheelchairs. 

Brickell said the buses will re- 
place older vehicles in tte schools' 
fleet of 321 buses, not to mention 
meting spiraling enrollment re- 
quiremtots. 

Ideally buses should .te retired 
when they are 10 years old, Bric- 
kell reported, but 102 of the bases 
have been on the road since 1965 



BriekeDsaij 

la bet, te added, tte school sys- 
teni absort>ed 2,1% new students 
this year without increasing tte 
numter of buses. He explained, "We 
worked item all into existing 
buses." 

In addition to transporting stnd- 
ents to school, Brickell said busra 
are used frequently for extracar- 
ricular activities. 

In^ otter basiness Monday, 
Coaso&~ 

w accepted the low ted of $270, 
102 from Suford Constniction Co. 



for tne constructlcm of the Bladt- 
water River Bridge. With actpdsi- 
tion of the right ^of- way and otter 
contingencies, tl^e promt's total 
cost is estimated at |390,000. 

• accepted te low Ud of $20. 
723 from George J«isen, Ine., for 
tte a»^n^k» of a volunteer fire 
station at Sandbridge. Eaginaa^ 
fees and site improv^aeaia teing 
tte total esttanated wot of Or pro- 

iiSf^ei an onfinaace re<|Hinag 
Oat all inoperative s^Uc tudcs 
eitter te removed or flUed mless 
tte tanks meet Health Dejartmefi 
standards for safety aad teattk. 

• appcdnted Soben Clytam, a 
KempsviUe pharmacist, to fQl tte 
naeiqiired term of tte late Ana 
Mi(idlet(m on tte TidentetRegioaal 
Heatth Planning Coancil. < 

Prior to its piMlc meeting, Cooa- 
cil met for Si mioates in exeoi- 
tive ^session, ck>sed to tte pid>Uc 
and tte press, to discaU what tte 
agenda listed as "financial, l^al 
and persiMutel" matters. 



Mayor asks 

to 'clarify' 

position 6n 




ruuor's Hole: mrglitfa Beaek Ma^r J. 
Gartft Pajvf aaktd TM tai^ tte op- 
mtmtf tf> elarltlr Us positM r^ard- 
tag As Baapeet Ufa Week pni^uutloB 
iMdi te raemfly siCMd. 1lM|it>clama- 
Qoe «u the subject of a page «te article 
ta "Ae Xn. a odtllOB otTHfm: Here, 
I lad la Its eotirety, Ulte mayor's 



I wooU api»-eciate the following clari- 
ficattois regarding the articleoa the sign- 
ing of tte inoclamatioa "Respect for Hu- 
mu Life". 

ko "pressore" was applied (as was 
•tlte^ to sign this proclamation othor ' 
tian tte pressui^ of a very busy schedule. 
Most proclamations are drawn up by my 
office or are received well in advance 
of aay signing. It is my usual practice 
h)-read tte proclamations before the actual 
siiriiig to be certain that the contents 
art accqitable in tbeir oaMrety or to 
•Sm for aay ne<%ssary changes. I did 
n^'wre tte JOpportmiity to do this with 
IMs prorlamatioa since it was brought 
la to me at tte time of tte signing. 



It is my policy to make proclamations 
to assist organizations in calling atten- 
tion to their worthwhile endeavors and 
help them in reaching their goals. Pro- 
clamations were not meant to include 
statements regarding support for or 
against any area of political concern. 
It certainly was my error in having sign- 
ed the proclamation without careful con- 
sideration of what could te considered an 
anti -abortion statement, and it was not 
my intent to take a stand on tte issue 
through this proclamation. 1 am certain 
tte society was not aware of my policies 
at tte time ttey brought the proclamaticm 
in. In fact, 1 commend the organization 
for working diligently to support their 
teliefs. My "regret" is not in having 
signed the proclamation, tnit in not de- 
leting the aforementioned. 

Altho^h the ccNiteMs of this state- 
m«it contain the same information. given 
your |«»rter, comments ^en out of 
cootexr did not reflect the true happen- 
ing, 

J. Curtis Payne 

Ilay«»r, aty of VtogiBU Beach 



Unit to check options 



Marineland eyed 



A Virginia Beach scioice 
muswim possibly could te 
included in a profit-mak- 
ing marineland project on 
tte oceanfront a^r Rudee 
bdet, according to Comi- 
cilman John Griflin. 

Griffin, a memter of tte 
Mayor's Committee on Hie 
Science Museum, reported 
ttet tte marineland con- 
cept is one of several 
group plans to pursue te- 
fore it makes recommen- 
dations. 

The committee met for 
the first time last week. 
Members elected Gene 
Poole chairman. 

The city "has some land 
down ttere," Griffin said, 
"and I (toa't know of a 



single marueland ttet's 
gcme broke." ^ 

The attractions, whidi 
usually include educational 
marine exhibits as well as 
entertainment with dol- 
phins, whales and seals 
as tte stars, hat« been 
constructed in Florida, 
Griflln reported. 

After 12 to 18 months, 
be added, "ttey've turned 
a profit." 

In addition to adding an- 
otter tourist attractim to 
the Beach, Griffin said tte 
project could te combined 
with ail aquarium ami na- 
ture program for research 
and- edacafiooal purposes. 

"Tte three fmarlneland 
Cacilitleson the East Coast 



are doing a treniMdoiis 
job," r^orted Oe t^at- 
cilman, who said te be- 
came bmiUar with tte o^ 
eratlms wteatewasasso- 
dated with tteOceaaHl^- 
way Associatioa, a Ctera- 
ter of Comai«ve-t]^ or- 
ganization wrUdi promotes 
tourism a.long tte East 
Coast. 

Virginia Beach Econs- ' 
mic Developmrat Director - 
James DeBellis, also a ; 
committee memter, said - 
te does not think tte city ' 
owns enough land along Rn- ' 
dee Inlet for a majorla- <■ 
clUty. However, te said his ^ 
stafi investigated one site ' 
as a possible locatitm for - 
a science museum. ' 



Sewers, water, rehabilitation for low income areas 



Grant may launch $ 1 million in projects 



ijrlUIT»»A 
ta-IMSWrttar 

A three-year Ht mUUoo federal grat 
■ay be stretched lato $10 mlOiMtR^DilecU 
to rwvltallM detcri^ating a^iMWhoods 
pder a plan mappii oat by tte Virginia 
■»eh commnoity da^epmeot steering com- 
nUttee. 

Prfliaet director Bk^ IMu-. a city ptaner, 
Ml TkelaR Oat Mw tm u tf tte a viU r«»»- 
■oad Mtag tte Mteftf rtsMy in e<HMaa- 
tioa iMh loeal teds to mow op wata- aad 
a«««r |ir#Kto Oirt^MMrwlM wmM tepi^- 
yoaai If? Aw«tl ^ara. 

la a mrlm at prtte mmtUi^ to dls- 

, Otaeu una w k d rti^y raqneat e d at- 
«w pn^tOM, ^jieelaQy ta some Imt taeome 
foaii^tflea vtere raw semtge s(^^mts 



1%t eoaatnee, hrwcmr, has not Umttad 



tts scope to Virpma tteach's prMsiag sewer 
9i«iilais. Umi Ite reptHi U made to City 
OMaeU Ifaaiby, Xear said, it wUl suggest 
ttat tte aeaey te used in several dlfierent- 
Mys, InctaHag housing nbaMUtattonaadea- 
tore«neitf el esriMiig housiag cotes. 

tastead <tf payl^ l» Ika «Mt ot r^rs 
ortrl^, tte r^ort will san^t pttvidiag 
a iom CMt kma prograa to taailies ttiat 
otterwlse coaU not attord to make repairs. 

Oalag low cost loam is a money-stretch- 
lai meOmd wMi IM he«Mraa^y »dors- 
ad Iqr fee Dq»rtmetf of ROsstag aad Urban 
Dntfhynwt (WD), the Meral i«eacy dis- 
tiOMiag ccmpnity (teMlepBeflt tmb. 

lie ktea a&o received sq^ort from Sea- 

yA reskieirts lAea tte stoerii« committee 

^'-ihal ttere la Ikn^tber to tescrlba tte pro- 

1 0tuM tte ^mwMty dnetop^rt ^«gram 

Ai Kear a^y^d that ttere is a tMslc 



Upoate 



pnMem witt Oie loan prtqxtsal: "it's il- 
l^al uater tte Virginia C(»stitution." 

Re eqtlaiaed that Virginia, like 22 other 
f tales, has a "credit clause" which would 
blo^ impleme^tion of the Iran program. 

Bscaose tte loans are critical' tools tor 
commu^ty devel^Kneot efforis, Kear is con- 
fident that tte federal government will find 
Mme way to use Item. "We're pretty sure 
HUD will te something about it, "te said. 

Kmt said the committee will outline 10 
taif^ arMs wtere community develc^ment 
fends are mc^, aad it will recommend 
"ttet wt make our first efiorts in time 
ams." 



He declined to say exactly wtere tte city 
Is likely to apfdy tte flmds because tte pro- 
posal has not bem invsented to comcil- 
men yet, bat te tattcat^ ttet tte low In- 
come, blade comaMriU» ofSeatackandDt^- 
leway are likely redpimts. 

Both areas teve complained to Council 
of tte lack of sewers and tte c^lity of 
water in tteir cnamuaittos. Resi<tats also 
eterged ttat ttelr priAlems teve been over- 
l0(Aed by tte city in favor of bigter income 
neigUwrboods wtere problems are n<A as 
critical. 

A |4.S mlllioa gnat is not a M ^ aoaey, 
e^eciaUy if it is vpUed to «>sUy sewer aad 
water projeds, Kear admitted. "Tte city 
alone fiends ^ mUUon a year just on 
capital improvement- ^i>}ects an4 sewers 
al<^ use m ibort ^ miltna a year, 

Tte grairt "will reaUy te a dr^ in tte 
backet." tte pUmier said, "M trim's tolook 



a gift terse in tte mouth?" 

Tte steering committee hopes to om tte 
toads to lanch sewer inxtjeets in areas 
wfeidi aeed distribatlui lines aad aot tte mcH« 
•i^eimlve tra^ sewers, Kear raid. 

For exan^, some areas «4tich need sew- 
ers de^wrately are not far from trvkUnes, 
ami tte only sewer lines oeeted an «tts- 
tribtttion Uaes dowa tte str^ aad ^w to 
individual r^daeces. 

Unally homeowMrs pay tor half tte a»t 
ta a» di^rflirtton line and tte tap fee, te 
added, bat in tow iacMne areas kuaQlM 
eaanot afford tte fee. wUch caa eoA 11,001 
or more. 

Uader tte program, tte dty could piA 
up some of the tab and provide low cost 
kmu in otter cases, 

Tte CMimMity devel^»i^ neaey eU mI 
(See GRAnI . page A-S^ 



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A-2 T- The Sofi, Js&. 29, 1975 



Ink dries 
on reports 



While the ink dries on 
the first batch of quarter- 
ly reports, Virginia 
Beach's public informs- 
tioB stafi is deep into the 
production of the winter 
volume. 

As the fall 1974 report 
rolled off the presses this 
we^, Public Information 
DiriBctor Sam Cla# was 
ejring tl» caleodarforpub- 
licaticm of the next three - 
month report. 

"I hate to give dead- 
lines," be admitted, "but 
I think it wiU be by the 
end of March." 

Predictii^ publishing 
deadlines l>ackfired on 
Clay more than two months 
ago when the fall report 
was held back to make 
some last-miniite changes 
to in the city manager's 
letter. 

Two weeks before the 
report was scheduled for 
distrilwtion, former City 
Manager Roger Scott 
resigned under pressure 
from City Council and.copy 
i-evisions had to be made. 

Delays at the printers 
set the report back even 
longer, and then the de- 
signer rejected the first 
printing because the wrong 
kind of paper was used. 

But Clay did not seem 
to be disturbed by the two- 
month delay. "We're call- 
ing it the fall report," he 
explained, and the theme, 
human services, isn't 
shackled to a time frame. 

Altboi^b many city re- 
ports are bogged down by 
statistical information that 
is hardly understandable 
to the layman, Clay hopes 
the Beach's quarterly re- 
port will provide infor- 
mation that most people 
will find useful in their 
dealings with the city. 

Before be had seen the 
first printed copy. Clay, 
said be examined the 
roaghs. "t'ih biased," be 



admitted, "but 1 think they 
look great." 

He said he believes the 
report will "call attention 
to the other side of Virginia 
Beach" and make citizens 
more aware of available 
services. 

"We limited ourselves to 
1 ,800 words, " Clay report- 
ed, and the picture-fil- 
led report attempts to 
show, as well as describe,! 
human services throi^h.- 
out the city. 

"We're making the point 
that Virginia Beach is a 
diverse clty,^" the public 
information officer ex- 
plain«i, and that city d^^- 
partmeE^ provide all 
types of services to citi- 
zens "from babies to sen- 
ior citizens." 

The centerfold is a "re- 
port within a report," Clay 
said, describing tt^ dif- 
ferent ways the city has 
used revenue sharing 
money. 

The winter report, with 
the same format as the 
fUl edition, will throw the 
spotUgU , on protective 
services, inclnding police 
and fire departments as 
well as the areas that are 
not always in the lime- 
light: child abuse preven- 
tion, pulilic health, drug, 
treatment, water quality i 
and inspections. 

In the next report, the 
city's erosion control pro- 
gram will occupy s{ace on 
the centerfold. 

Clay had about 30 re- 
ports on hand Monday for 
cooncilmen, and by the end 
of the week be said he 
will have the full delivery 
of 5,000 copies. 

Citizens who want a copy 
of the report should call 
427-4111 to Irave their 
name and address, or they 
can pick it iq> at the pub- 
lic inforraaU(» office of 
the Administration Build- 
ing in the Virginia Beach 
Municipal Carter. 




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Like puppets on a string 



From he arms of a giant meial util- 
ity pole dangle wires, lackters, pulleys 
and people. These workers are rurming 



a new electric power 
haven substation. 



line into a Lynn- 



Seniors get tax cut 




^KtCAnnS ASn GIFTS fOn M.!, OCCASIOS'S" 

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LOWERING PRICES 

Due to* the increased cost of living Fonei- 
Me-Not Gifte is lowering prices and profits. 
For your gift needs we invite you to^compare. 

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Virginia Beach senior 
citizens with incomes be- 
tween $4,000 and £6,000 
a year will be eligible for 
city property tax exemp- . 

Sum ZtoW, a» iMe 

in the city's financiai 
assistance office, r^ort. 
ed that the city has in- 
creased the maximum in- 
come under its two-year- 
Old senior citizais' ex- 
emption program from 
$4,000 to ^.000. 



Senior citiceiui iteare 
homeowners, wtefeafeUv- 
ed itttte ci^ ftn-i^ least 
two years and «iio are 65 
, fssas or older vUi i]aal- 
? ^f '"fi>r'ihe"<mBptiuBs if 
Mrir MrtlMMMis fc.ea» 
or less a ^ar. 

Aside from tbxAr hone 
and an acre of property, 
the applicants also mast 
teve less than $ai,00O in 
total finaacial resources 
toquali^. 

Fot example. Mrs. Zio- 



&o said, a senior citisea 
with an ina>me of $6,000 
vould receive afflperceitf 
dlscoant in his |»t3perty 
tax IhU. AppUcaMs idKi 
anku teas tku UJUBBh* 

aijr property tax at all on 
tkefr homes. 

Ctaring the pn^ram's 
first yrar, aboat 110 in-r 
cUvMuals aivUed for the 
tax eso^^tkiR, Ifn. Zto- 
Iko said. Last year, ^oat 
130 aitoiftH-aetacbraak. 



CH the aiytlfantu, ahoat 
SO per ceid met qualifl- 
catioas. 

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FEDDERS 

Infl ation Bu ster 

Install A New Fedders Furnace 
Gas OH Electric 
NOW 

And Get a 1 974 
' Pricing on 

¥9dden Control 
Air Conditioning 

; kiOiMmdABi^mmWitmSbL 

* A^xMltt of Oripnol Pbrclwit 

Financing Availobl* 



The fiuMial assistance 
d^artm^ vUl accqitap- 
{dk^km Partial lion- 
dky. DeadUae to aii^jt Ib- 
tke prqmr^ tax esemp- 
tk» is kfta M. 

Mrs. Ziolto said the De- 
partment of Social Ser- 
vices does not iaom ham 
maay seniors wUl be el- 
gftie (or tbe property tax 
exenfittai imder tte aev 
filiMiiies. 

The dqartaiMt tspri>- 
Ucisins ^ jmigram in ao 
aflDrt to reach as many 
elOiUe seanr etttzeas as 
possible. 

Last jeur seniors who 
applied saved a tc^ 
9t,740. iUboHKh the 
Koomt is aa^ nenAetan- 
lac, Mrs. ZIoUm nU, •% 
■eaas a lot to persiHU oa 
fixed lacomM. tt allovs 
tteai a UtUe W of relief. ' 

Ctty CouocU drafted the 
bw to help elUcas they 
deoBed were baaiiOK an 
extra real estate tax b«r- 
(tea," ste explalaed. Es- 
pecially hard Wawresn- 
lor etttasBs UviaK iaaFsas 
where Beach property nl- 
■es - an! pnqjerty tax 
aMesntei^ - were U- 
creasiac rapidly. 

Mrs. Ziolko encosn^ad 
ae^or ctttseiis who thfak 
ttey iB^tt qaalify to tftgiy 
tor the property tax ex- 




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Min at tsm 
Sreflt aid AreUe kwam 
i«l a h^ tadivUmls who 
drop la vtthoat tSfoM- 
BMls, Mrs. ZkUeomttA 
seaior citiMu to call h«- 
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be aUe to ia^nct vpU- 
»irta ite U^^am tgr 
•tat deco 
ttwjr BiBt brtag 
wUk ttaB to file tor the 
taxlarrak. 

Mrs, Ztolke nid dM is 
BdUaK apptiahBMto aov 
tor led vtik, vhM tte 
office «1U befto pnx^- 
itaf ip^tei^toM. 

tke mUraUam wlU be 
tonmrdad tothelaxassM- 
M-'s et^0 «i he ^ ^• 
IM te HU brtn^ tuE 
fU^mmlM are nulled to 
BmiA pxiperty ovMrs to 
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BiyntTOf CABDEH 

cum 

ne ^^mtm Ctr^ 

Feb. 10 tf ttM hMBe of 
Joyce OiTer, «» Card- 
an CkMft, TtTfWa 
B^eh. M^Oen ^ai to 
flart a seedl^ tree ia 
tlito )ttrds tor Alter D19, 
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^(utuHMd b-cm pafe A-1) 
ve'U be lack into another crisis situation nsii^ 
stop-gap mstsores." 

As far as w growth goes, Lindstrom told The 
Sn, "it's always a possibility. It's a real scar^ 
iasae, a real pdiUcal issue." Howeyer, te aid, 
"I d(w't look forward to a moratorium. " 

"A moratorium is ^ tot tM last resort," he 
added. ""It's the end of tte r^>e fci^ of solntioiL" 

But HRSD and the City eonwdl both feel that the 
TUevater area has beea sUgMed by tte State Water 
Coatrol Board wfa« it &mes to fmidiBg, aad Ll^- 
stran Boted tte "(AWobs gap" betveeu mnies al- 
tocated to Dorthem Virginia compared to tte Hamp- 
ton Ro^s area. 

Since tte board began baodU^ out grants ia 1956, 
mihera Virpaia, vi^h ^aetades Fair^ Md tte 
WasUtigtoa, D.C. si^hirbs, has raked ia 42 per cent 
of tte aTailaide graat m(»ey. Tte ar«i has 27 
per ce^ of the state's pc4M4atioa. 

Ia contrast, Haraptm Roads, with 21 per cent 
of tte state's poimlatioii, has pocketed only S per 
c^ of the ftiDds, acontling to Und^om. 

BoUand, wte is also a member of tte Sratb- 
eastera Virginia Planning District Commission, char- 
ged that the water boanl has "grossly overlooked" 
sewage problems in tte Tidevater am. 

Aad as &r as Viiftaia politics go, McCoy re- 
marlnd. Tidewater's "stepchild" status is nothing new. 

Shortly after the Water Control Board delegat- 
ed tte lowest space <n its priority list to tte 
iUiaatic Treatmeat Plant, tte Virginia Beach City 
Cooneil aiftroved a resolution stating that tte pro- 
^ is needed "for the welfare and safety ofciti- 
s^is... living in existing neightrarhoods that are ex- 
perienciiqc marginal, malfunctioning or failing septic 
tadcs." 

Lindstrom contends that water pollution pn^lems 
to Hampton Roads are just as serious as those in 
tte P|^mac River, a project which has received 
Ugh prtority froih the water board. 

*A lot (rf pe<q>le are orieided to cleaning up tte 
Mfflnac,' te observed, "but I'm not sure wtetter 
«e don't have a more serious priAlem down tere. 
Ve^re in tteir ballpark. We're not in tte minor 
laane dowa tere wUh minor problems . " 

iSSO't failure to get water board funding is a 
devdopmed that has puzzled water sanitation dis- 
trict ottlcUls tor soiae tiaie, Liadstfom said. 

"ScTeral years ago tte board told as we h^ 
sabatoadard and overloaded facilities," Lindstrom 
explatoed," and were tterefore ineligible for grants. 
"We unleashed one beck of a program," he added, 
and retoraed to tte board "grant request in hand." 

Then, Lindstrom said, tte board rejected tte re- 
qaest 00 tte basis that Hampton Roads was not meet- 
ing needs but actually plannii^ for future growth. 

"How did we miss that magical middle area?" 
Uadstrom asked. "We were really puzxled ttet we'd 
missed that middle ground." 

To Dodie iad^oa of Hamptoi, tte only State 
Water C(ntroI B<ard aMWintee liviJi^ ia tte Bound- 
aries of tte Hampton Roads Sanitatimi IMstrict, tte 
sewer system's tow ratine is no my^ery. 

Frar years ago wbea tte distriet approached tte 
water caotKil board for funds, ste reported, "it 
didn't have aiqr plau." . 

He iM||fli,JujyuinK^ the sanitation district 

•H^ BaiM(H Road^ is^'^hat S^ria, iti^as 
placed on tte list, but in tte order of tte d^ tte 
i^i^catioa was made. 

Tte Water Control Board does urt JUQ^ its 
priority list (uce projects are funded like sobw 
agencies revise capital improvement programs, tte 
board menter said. 

If a project is not ready to go, available money 
will te used for tte next one in Itoe. 

Water board finances teve also been strained, 
Mrs. Jackson admitted. "Cost overrruns have been 
UlllBgas.' 

Ste said tte Hamptmi Roads Sanitattoa IH^rict 
has be«i 'trying desperately now." 

Tte sanitatiiMi syston bad trouble meeting state 
atandards receatly, but to tte last 45 days, Mrs. 
Jadcson r^nrted, it has met state certification 
standards. 

Bott McCoy and Holland tiaak ttet tte sitaation 
will iraprave if tte Tidewater area gets its own 
repres^rtative on the Water Control Board wten 
tm> (vpoiidnients are mate to Jihie> 

QMnKUmen have been correspondi^ with Gov. 
Mills E. Godwto in an effort to convince him to give 
Tidewater tte next seat on tte seven-man Ixard. 
Boud menters are appototed at Urge. 

Mrs. Jackson's term is up to June, and ter seat 
pn^tatdy is tte (»e iriiich Ti^tewater wouU get. 
She said ste is not toterested to another four- 
yur ^spototmeid. 

"That's shifting it from om side of tte river to 
tte otter," remarked UeCof, who said te would 
like to see Tiitewater represented on tte board 
without giving up Mrs. Jackson's seat. 

Bat now, Holland ncrted, "we have nothi^," and te 
said one representative from Tidewater is tetter 
than u»e at all. 

"We have no control at all as a coffimuaity," 
te added, because the water control board memters 
are free from pressures gowrated t^ Tidewater's 
sewage problem. 

"If we don't put <» a lot of pressure now," McCoy 

led, "we'll just te foi^otten." 

For r«sld»U who wenld Uke to see towo' seror 
capacity as a stai of pcpulatic» "Urih ccmtrol," 
RI^}'s plight is a welCMie develcymeot. On tte 
otter band, developers w<mU be adversely affected 
by a numtorinm. 

Sewers "are definitely a growtt toed," Lisistrom 
said, "Iwt ttey are ast tte right csk." Using sewers 
to (Sicoiirage or to restrict growtt, te adctod "is 
like gsim a {^ wrench to install a I^htlMlb." 

A aew«r Um adds value to land because it means 
tte KQpety can be tevekned, bat tte lack of 
seam? can te used to ^n- dmm, too, Und- 
i*n»i said. 

B<rt the sanitation district must plan aheaU about 
10 years so faeiliti^ it twilds are wt outd^ai by. 
tte time ttey b^to (derating. 

Tte Atlantic tmtment plant has a projected need 
of 14 million pikws per day, te explained, "tad 
it would te foolish to plan only for 14 million gal- 
lOBS." Instead, tte plant will teve a capacity for 
approximately 30 milllM c«U<»s.«, 

"nM mta^ Codral Bwtf d^Mvi»d tet tte ^Mt 
wotfd serve Mure (towtt and mi «(i^taf needs. 

I^re is a possflrility that HRSD could tmpor- 
arily «^nd tte sewage capacity of its Ctesapeake- 
EltsahM River plant. 

Tte 24 milUm gallon c^»city of tte ;riant niay 
te eapaated «fi^ a "texttook" dtoaaical pitKess, 
Ltt^twi sM, M^ ^^ ettetols hve wUl^eed 
19 mm^» traatmoft. 

an iptal p«M«Ay xriias «• « VOoglalj^iKtsB 
to ivaMk ttm amn^ MMrU. te m^Omt, nd 
um^ etenieals at critkal ptriMs to tte <verafion 
axM iacn»m tte plant's semge e^iacity by 35 
paf jg^tt . ' 

' ^m Aemieat cvmattoa w&M w« te a aotatim 
to ww^e prAlemj, Liadstnwi addrt, t»t ju^' a 
My of teadUog exeeai sew^pe mtll tte A.*Jint'» 
Treatment Plant Is to <verati(m. * "^i 



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News Briefs 



School rule a first 



Mtk sdnM.t«tclieiil in VIrfiaU Beacb will be the 
first la mnAtr to enjoy > paternity policy allowing 
B«» fctken to take letfe wUfaoitf |»y wten their 
di^rea are tern. 

. 1%e Sckool Board revised tts mat«iiity leaye 
poUcjr to ejtoid tkc lean prtvUeces to meo, the 
firrt ta Tidmter. 

i%ea ke recommended approval of thi piteroity 
polky, Sckool Sapt. E.E. Brickell, said recent court 
rnllBgs detemtoed tkat audemlty policies discrimi- 
■ated acaiiM men. 



Clinic approved 



Medical faciUtles at Naval Mr SUtioo (MAS) 
Oeaaaa will be replaced by a spanking ne« S4.7 
■ilUon dispensary in 1976, according to a Navy 
spcAesmaa. 

The new medical anit will iaclade a dispensary and 
a dental clinic, and Navy officials eipect construction 
to begili on the projects in late this year or early 
in 197C. 

tlM Oceana project was approved by Congress to 
replace nisting nnits which are aaiter the flight 
path for Navy airerall. The existing medical la- 
ciUty lUls to meet Department of Defense noise j 
standards. y 



Falieyinrace 

Tke first candidate to toss his bat in the ring for 
Virginia Bach's Virginia Senate seat wiU ran on the 
iBOepeataiA ticket. 

John A. Fabey, a Russian lunguage and literature 
teacher at Old Dominion University, said he is cir- 
culating a p^ltton to get his name on the November 
baUot. 

Sen. Jouifb Canada, a Republican, has not announced 
his candidacy for a sec(H)d term. Virgin^ Beach 
CcHUcUman Robert Callis has also been mentioned 
as a possible Democratic Challenger. 

Fahey, who has been active member of the Demo- 
craUc Party in the past, lives at 901 Pillow Drive, 
Virginia Beach, with his wife, Barbara.' 



Lights fade flicks 



Motorics passing by Baxter Road on weoneiwiiy 
nigUs mi^ need their snaglasses. 

Operator of the Ti^ Surf and Sand Drive-In 
naifr the street agreed to Hip on floodlights during 
the first screening of R- rated movies so passers- 

1^ don't jsef more thi#^|lljqMf<Kd <~ 

BMmM Prie*, Mm iM'tmWtt^ n^iju jn,. 
obacene film in jmblic by Beach ^^ stfiaa po- 
Ucenen iTew Year's night, said he installed the 
llgHs aarller, bat discontinued using tliem because 
motorists hi^ complained to city traffic engineers 
that the I^Ms were blinding. 
, Prtoa said he did not have a chance to preview 
films in time lor the Wednesday night showing. 



Fighters checl(ed 

Naval Air Station (NAS) Oceaii.i s squadrons of 
F-14 Tomcat fighters are gradually returning to re- 
gular duties as inspectioa teams check possible' 
engine problems. 

Oceana's 24 Tomcats were grounded two weeks 
ago when two of the F-14 models based on the 
carrier USS Eirterprtse were in accidents 12 days 
apart. 

Since then the two Tomcat units have been con- 
centrattag on ground iastractKni tn prepare for a 
deptoyncnt aboard the carrier ISS .Jirim Kenne<iy 
later this year. 



Peer inspired fire 



A 17-year>old Vii^inia Baach yo<^ who helped 
set a ITS.OOO church fire U^ spring to prove his 
loyalty to a fii»d will be on s^ervised probation 
for tte next five years. 

Circuit Court Jadge Paul Ackiss placed Willis 
Lee Liverman, now M, on probatioo on the ,re- 
commendatiim d Asst. C<»imonwealth's Atty. Jack 
Liverman. 

The yoHth and a friend, O'Brian Tullis, II, set fire 
to Emmawiel E^MXiptl Church Ust May causing 
an estimated |?5,000 <temages. 

Tallis is prMcitiy serving a seateMe up to three 
jnara at the state rorrectiaMil miit. 




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Undoubtedly, a lot of the 
world and a lot of living 
have passed before the eyes 
of Sylvester Johns, but for 
now he passes tinne ru- 
minating and reminiscing 
in conversations with old 



friends. Here, Johns sits 
on ttte porch of a store 
he once operated on the 
corner of Landstown and 
Holland Roads in Virginia 
Beach. 



to join 
session 



Virginia Beacb U»yot i. 
Curtis Payne will attend 
the mid-winter meetiag M 
the U.S. Ccmference of Ma- 
yor's Environmental Po- 
licy Committee Thursday 
in Washington, DC. 

The committee will dis- 
cuss policy and legislation 
concerning solid waste 
management, water and air 
pollution and the energy 
shortage. 

Briefings will be pre- 
sented on President Ge- 
rald Ford's State of the 
Union message and recent 
comments from the office 
of the Federal Energy Ad- 
ministration. 

Payne was appointed to 
the committee by San Fran- 
cisco Mayor Jos^ Alio- 
to, president of the U.S. 
Conference of Mayors. 



Youths 
to tour 
Capitol 



Members of tiie Virginia 
Beach Mayor's Youth 
Council will visit Rich- 
4nond Thursday, touring the 
State Capitol and attend- 
ing a sessicm of the House 
of Delegates. 

They will be the guests 
of General Assembly Del. 
Donald Rhodes of Virginia 
Beach and accompanied by 
Will Doffield, administra- 
tive aide to the mayor. 

The Mayor's Youth 
Council, composed of 20 
representatives from the 
city's junior and senior 
high schools, was formed 
to serve as a liasoo with 
City Council and the young 
people of Virginia Beach. 



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A-4 " The Sun, Jan. 29. 1975 



Civic 
center? 
Future 
rests on 
report 




B7 MARY iiODA 
Sao Staff Writer 



Prospects for a Virginia Beach convenUon fodlity 
will look good if a report by tbe Virgiaia Beach 
Development Council indicates that tbe project voold 
strengthen tbe city's overall eco^mic outlook. 

The council is expected to make a recommeodatiat 
to tbe City Cooocil next mcmth. CouBcilmeo contacted 
t>y Tbe Sw are reserving apinioos 00 the fate of a 
|6.8 million complex until the study is unveiled, but 
if tte study shows hotel and motel owners could 
expect to ke^ rooms full off-season with conventio- 
neers, it is a project councilm«i say deserves long, 
hard consideration. 

City Manager George Hanbury resurrected what 

many citizens felt was a dead issue last moidh by 

askipg the City Cmmcil to a^irove |100,000 for an 

architect to draw up plans fpijJF cooventioD center. 

At ttiat time councftmen decided not to invest 

any money in arcbitectal work until they examined 

-the dev^opment council's report, which is (hie in 

F*naq|^. _: _,_ ,_,. =.^^^ "^ - > -^ 

in a recent meeting of the Recreatim Facilitieis 

Authority the conventira center issue cropped vp and 

HaidHiry said, "You can't collect hotel and motel room 

tax on 7,000 rooms when nobody's in them." 

Room tax hike 

Ua^ury lus said that the city could finance the 
center through a referendum orpossibly by increasing 
tbe local tax on hotel and motel rooms liy 1 per cent. 
Over 20 years, he reported, such an increase could 
generate |S0 to $60 million in revenue, more than 
enough to pay for the cnvention center. 

The convention center would be "tbe carrot to get 
the tax increase without anybody (Ejecting to It," be 
added. 

Using the city's newly-formed recreation facilities 
airtbority to build tbe ^.8 millicm complex is not 
fusible, Haibury said, because tbe authority has to 
eoncentrate on projects that would pay their own 
way, including debt retirement. 

"No one has professed tbe convention center would 
be self-suK)ortlng, " tbe city manager said. The actual 
revenues it generates might pay for the facility's 
^lerati^ eqienses, but not for debt retirement. 
' "ne cooveotlon center is a hot potato, especially 
ibr cmincilmen close to the beach, who feel pressures 
from hotel and motel interests as well as objections 
io tte project from civic organizations. 



Shining silently in the nig^t, the Vir- 
ginia Beach dome is the city's official 
Civic Center. But the facility, wi^ few 



If the project is a good economic investment, 
the councilman believes that the Council should not 
rely on a referendum to act. 

The decisi<Mi is the Council's responsibility, he 
eqdained, and most councilmen "are aware of tbe 
mo^of the city." 

"There are certain issues that might require a 
referendum," CalUs said, but not a conventiffli cen- 
ter. "I feel that if it's a good thing, and Council 
recognizes that it's a good thing, we should build 

If the city does decide that It wants i;^c^vention 
center, Callis said it could be financed by increas- 
ing tte Beach rcom tax. 

"This Would be one industry among several in 
the Beach," Callis said, "and it would be directly 
dq^aadaatoa OM of our greyest assets." 
*»»^A»» «lieC*'Ifs aUHculf % liiie fieople wi-' 
derstand that tte beach is a public beach and it 
bel(Higs to everyone. The Council wants to take care 
of the needs of the citizens." 

Councilman Pat Standing, wte also lives near the 
beachfront, said his feelmgs about tte convention 
center also hinge on the development couDcil's 
recommendation. 

"If we feel we are not taUng advaatagfdl a major 
resource," te said, especially whoi it is based on 
a tax on non-residents, "in my opinion we should 
do everything we can to get those tax dollars into 
tte city." 

At tte same time. Standing said, tte convention 
center would "not just serve tourists, but tte en- 
tire city." 



nrteeting rooms, poor acoustics and a 
leaky ceiling, is inadequate for major 
conventions. 



Conventions are usually teld in tte spring and 
fall, he noted, and during tte off-season tte center 
could te used for community meetings and cul- 
tural activities. , 

"I prefer callii^ it a Civic Center ra^r"ttaaa'' 
a convention center if we go for a facility like that," 
Standing said, adding that the project would replace >, 
tte Virginia Beach Dome. . 

Location critical factor , 

■ -^ . , .,» " ' _' , " 

Location of the 6ivic center would also te im- 
portatnt, tte councilman noted. "It would have to be 
located in close proximity to tbe beach," te said, . 
"but not put in a congested irea." AcceSs would 
te especially important, he added, so 
could j-each tte fiaihty easily fcr m«^ 

"*i ife'Tiso Waed' with the lo^ 
blemof inadequate parkii^ facilities in the beach- 
front area," Standing r^wrted, although two parking 
garages recomihended in^a city traffic sthdy migM 
help. 

"But when you locate ttese," Standii^ said, "ymi 
almost dictate a large numter of cars and conges- 
tion." 

Jie thinks that tte city could utilixe tfiutUe buses 
between tte parking facilities and the convention 
center, or If tte parking is built into the center 
complex, to use the parking lot to telp alevlate 
the paiting stortage along tte oceanfrnit. 

"We could have day-use parking (at tte center) 
wi^^huttles up and down the teachfront," Stand- 
ing~s«(i, "and we could kill two birds with (»e stote." 



irginia 
pulls back 

spending 



By CAROLE DIj^miE 
^pedallo Tlw Sua 

RICHMOND - The m(»ey craach U m at tiie state 
level. Alre«ly the governor luu fraad it OMtssary 
to make across the board cots of abmtf 3 per cmA 
in funds available to state agencies. Part of tte 
problem results from the two-year budij^ cycle 
where tte uncertainty about future economic tauii- 
tions dictates ra^r severe measures at tUs time 
so that ttere will not te severe stert^es at tte 
end of the budget period in tte event ecooomic 
conditions do not improve. The level (A retraaue 
is fixed by tte existing tax structure, and while 
there is no sentiment to increase state aervices 
until ttere is an increase in revenues. 



RichnKmd Re|Kirt 



Tte effect of pesticides on wateir (j^ity and wiU- 
life has received increasing amounts of attertkw 
in recent years. Tte proposed Virginia Pesticide 
Use and AwlicaUcM Act, now being considered, wtrald 
create three classes of persons authorized to apply 
pesticides and provide a framework for licensing 
ttese persons, and regulating tte use of vartoqs 
types ;of pesticides in Virginia. Tte law provides 
criiniul penalties anl money dam^es Ibr viola- 
tion. It wdud te administered by Qie Coamissi«i- 
er of Agriculture and Commerce, and would rer 
present a substantial change from tte ezistiBg law 
in the Comnumwealth. ' < 




Utis Week's Agenda 



Today . 

MAYOR'S. COiOfrrTEE ON MSXHG, 1 pa., con- 
ference room. Administration BuUdiag. 

*, 

Thursday^ » 

MAYOR'S YOUTH COUNCIL, 1:30 a.B., trip to Rkh- 
mood 




Friday 



DEAOLIHE for city aato tags anii dog UcMses, 
at, any branch office of tte dtv treasurer. 



Monday ^ 

LIBBASY BOARD, 10:M p.m., Kempsvtile Library 

cocte rcace room. Monday 

CITY COONCIL. 2 o.m., CowcU (ftaoiters. 

Feb. 5 

lanlBKi BOARD OF APpSALJ. 7 p.m., Coutroora 
5, Circuit Court, Muluc^)al Center. 



JForum 



Letters from 
our readers 



ceo opposes project This Is planning? 



Tte Council of Civic Organizations strongly app(»es 
tte c<»venti(Hi center. Memters contend Hie city should 
take care of critical sewer problems and overcrowded 
schools before it kowtows to tte tourist industry. 
% Coracilman Charles Gar^taer, wto owns the Hilg 
lao, declined to comment on the prospects of 
cuvMtion center. 
• As a hotel owner and a couteUman, te Mimitted 
4hat te is in an awkward position, and tten, te add- 
^, tte eoDveotion c«iter issue "is siM:h a touchy 

' He thinks -the Council should wait for tte Vir- 
4^ma Beach Development CoMcil's rqxni. "Ctoce tte 
■hfomation is really put together," te saki, "we 
ian take a lo^, hard look at it." 

B^ck Councilman Rotert Callis is also maOim 
for tbe results of tbe study. 



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Editor 



QwM Wwidorf 

flusmss Mvwger 
•wnM Dfown 

GrciMatkHt (Sector 



Bytfly P ubi c rt teHa, Inc. 

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EditeM-i Tte SMK 

I am told that, hidden away in tte dark 
coraers of tte Virginia Beach Municipal 
Buildtag, ttere are people who plan. Tius 
is tow Uiey earn tteir living. Until last 
night I had no cause to dortit this. Now 
I am convinced that this is not tte case. 
Planters in Virginia Beach are a myth, 
created to quiet a resQess, growing pop- 
ulation. 

Tte reas(u I am so sure they are myth 
is simple. Last nigtrt, via the Mighborbood 
grapevine, I learned that Virginia Beach 
has decided to chai^^e my street name and 
, house numter. Tte change does not hotter 
me. Chickasaw Cluster was tever that classy 
a name to begin with. I do resent very 
much, however, tte tact that no one at 
City Hall bettered to write me, as ttey 
did a haodfull of mj teigtibors, and teU 
me of the change. Even more, 1 resent 
tte fact that tte change wiU §o into effect 
Feb. 1. I now have eight days, if 1 move 
fast, to change every piece of paperwork 
I own that tears my address . — checks, 
drivers license, credit cards, magazine 
subscriptions, legal papers, etc. 

I cannot, telp but think that this chaise 
has been under consideration for sometime. 
If this is an example of tte outstandiiv 
advance plannii^ that this city is soprotsl 
of, 1 think I can understand some of tte 
otter problems we are faced with. 

I put more advance ttex^bt and planning 
into a trip to tte grocery store. 

Wiliui H. S^ Boycr 
Virginia B^eh 



'Pressured' 
proclamation, I 

Editw, nieSn: 

My congnttulaUoofr to The Sun for paint- 
ing such a vivid portrait of our mayor! 
It appears His JicMioV is soxcallous that 
tte kUUng of iipocent children doe^'t dis- 
turb him. But,, callous or not, what kind 
of a politician would admit that he "cer- 
tainly wasn't goii% to take a position", 
that be signed a proclamation wittout care- 
fully readily it, aad that be was "pre- 
ssured" into signing it? Come now, Mr. 
Mayor, pressured by three young ladies 
talki^ to you in your office? Who needs 
a pollticiaa irtKi can te pressured into doing 
something against his will by three young 
ladies? What would big busitess, organized 
labor or tte syndicate do to you? No, Mr. 
Mayor. You'd tetter go back to doing whatever 
it is you do test. Politics certainly isn't your 
fbrte. 

AIM, thaidu to Tte Sun for showii^ us 
that we do have a councilman (Pat Stand- 
ing) wto is wlllijK to take a stand and to 
do so publicly. 

OomMJ. Lo^ 
5S3 Haanftal St. 
VlrgtaiiaB«u* 



'Pressured' 
proclamation, II 

Editor, Tbe San: 

I can well understand a lack of public 
etwtt^nce in govenuneat after read^ito 
lodicrous statement liy the head of cur own 
local goveroifli^ body. Mayor J. Curtis Pay- 



ne, stating te>was "pressured" Into sign- 
iag the anti-abortion proclamation and that 
"he. did kA read tbe proclamation tefor 
signing it." (The Sun, Jan. 22). 

He also is contradictory in first admitting 
"tte -statement really doesn't reflect his 
own views" and then goes on to say he 
hasn't any: "I'm not sure in my own mind 
whether a woman has tte right to have^ 
abortion or at what potot in pregnancy ak 
abortioji should not be allowed." \ 

I keep comii^ to tte conclusion that 
he is trying to flounder about in tte middle 
of tbe issue instead of taking a stand. 
This is a public issue and has bem for 
a long time. 

There goes my confidence. I'll never te 
sure te reads those future documents tear- 
ing his signature, and if te did who will 
know if they really reflect his own teliefs 
or if te was "pressured" again? 

I am not a memter of the Society tor 
Human Life, but teihg a human memter of 
society, 1 do sincerely support this pro- 
clamation. Without respect for life, tter^ 
can te no respect for government , 

Neta K. SMeker 
S309 Fairfield Blvd. 
Virginia Beach 

'Pressured' 
proclamation. III 

Editor, 'ne Sun: 

It was a s^oek to read tte sensationali- 
zed story of Virgiua Beach Mayor J. Cur- 
tis Payne's tei^ "pressured" into sitting 
tte "Respect Life" proclanation (Tte Sun, 
Jan. 22). I, alo^ with two other ^eers 
of tte Vii^inia Society tor Human Ufe 
and «c«^ut«d bj ^McUman Pat Sta^- 
1^, sat aad talked with tte mayor for a 
few gunutes. We did not twst his am. We 



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did not tkraaten Un with plysical viol- 
ence nor with political r^risals if te 
failed to s^. He did not voice any ob- 
jections or resennrtkNU. We duply asked 
him to sign, and te obliged. 

If tte Buyor has since had second tbougMs 
about asking Virginia Beach citisens to re- 
spect all life, iacliiding innoc^ uatom 
we, tbea it oast te because presmire has 
indeed t>een applied to him after tte tact 
bK those wto bvor abortim. We deeply 
^.J^ret that tbe unborn, wto have no tne- 
doa of ctoice in atwrtioo aad have ao voice 
brt ours to ask for their r^kta, cannot 
evM gracefully have ime w««k oirt of S2 
to remind peqile that IwiiiaB Ufe is tte 
most precious tUag on tkis earUu We have 
had ^aoclamatioas from time to tiiae ttew^- 
oat this country dedicated to preserving tte 
m M gdoa e and saving seals and whales, aad 
ttey cause no ^xtaonrsy. Yet M iKMieoe 
raise « voice to pxto^ haaaa eUlMi 
in tte womb aad tte ^tyoMl is tagged 
"ONtfroversial* aad p^t^e are onriUiag 
*to get into that squabble." 

Wtere would America te today if men 
like. Patrick Henry, George Wa^Uaftoa aad 
Abrahan Liaeoln refused to get i^o "sqaab- 
bles?' Our greatest sUtesmen aad l^isU- 
tors are rmemtered by Ustory p^isely 
because ttey acted with ownge aod de- 
cisiveness in CMtroversialsltaatkMS.'naiyi 
God that we still have leaders of Pat Stand- 
ing's calliter wto are aUe to "take a peti- 
tion'' ^ stick Witt It r^anUess of tte 
pressures that may te ap^ed. 



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KwnpsvJIle wrestlii^ and last week's 
FiiiM ^lonial-Kellsm banMceibalt game 
ar« featured imide. See pa^s A-6 and 
A-7. 




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In the litertl universe of athletics, 
gymnastics stamte aside as tl» one sport 
ttwt stresses fiui<Mty of nMtiwi. poise 
and muscular «>ntrol. Writera nwst 
ttmmb ttieir well-wom ttiesaunises in 
search i^wortis to inflate ffw basOcetball 
piker's sinewy ^orts, «id ^togra-^ 
phers mwt use intricate tecNiii|ues to 
slow-down the n^ption of a Iwrd-char- 
ging fullback * .■ make him take on a 
p04^bjre tti9t Ic^s graceful and animal- 

In gymnastics, grace and the syr^»y 
motion of superb body control is 4ie 
N-atI of the sport, not the result of a 
pli^ito^yaphers' creative irapi ration. 




» ajr OMdrty Falter 
Lisa Ailred, Kellwn's sophofiMre all- 
arocml woncter, tdces a fam on tfie tm- 
even parallel bars'. The se(K>nd-year 
gymnastics buff is preparirq for Kel- 
lam's Thursday meet withFirstColonial. 



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WORLD 

Kellam's Lisa Ailred 
and Barbi Srarcelll 



At Kel lam High, Coach Betty Qui I - 
liams can boast the unusual claim of 
two outstanding young female athletes — 
Coach Qui I liams' "all-arounds" mean- 
ii^ that each girl competes in all four 
optional events of a meet --sophomores 
Barti Scarcelli and Lisa Ailred. Bart>i. 
in her first year of competition, has 
already won several first place honors 
in optional routine performances, includ- 
ing a first place in the balance beam 
competition in Kellam's Jan. 16 meet at 
Princess Anne. 

Coach Guilliam's Knights were seen 
practicing busily last week, preparing 
for their Thursday meet with First Co- 
lonial, coached by Sharon Burkhart. 

Better hurry if yoCi want to catch a 
city gymnastics meet, as the girls' 
season ends Feb. 13, with the Eastern 
District toui'nament slated to be held 
at Kempsville High Feb. 21 and 22. 

Admission to all city public school 
meets is $1 at the door for adults, 50 
cents fbr children under twelve. 




An aerial walkover is vfhat ttw exports 
call this piece of gravity- defying - and 
nedc-breicing-exarcise. If a part of the 
compulaory floor axorciaa alt gyrwfias- 
^yttca team mambara prac^ico in prepara- 
tion for inter-city competition. Barbi 
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KempsfUte •!, Cm 12 
Kea^niUe Giris 64, Ctn Gtris S7 

Jan. » 

Norviev 94, Kellui TO 

Non^v JTs 91, Kdlim 70 

||au7M,Ba]Blteei « 

Mury JVs 13, Bayside JVs t4, OT 

Piioeess Ane (1, Fir^ Coioiilal W 

First CidoBial JVs 31, Prineesa Auw JVs H 

Flr^ Colonial Girls 60, Princess Anne Girls 

Friday 

Booker T. WasUacton 65, KenpsriUe 4? 

First ColOBial 89, KeUam 68 

First Colonial Girls 63, Kellam Giris 36 

First Colonial JVs 66, Kellam JVs 61 

Gnuiby ?9, Bayside 53 

Gnalqr JVs 70, Bayslde JVs 53 

Maury 54. Cos 44 

Ifaary JVs 54, Cox JVs 53 

Nonriev i$. Princess Aone 55 

Norrie* JVs &, Princess Anne JVs 42 

Satndqr 

PrinMss Anae 74, dmrcUaad S3 

Pi^cMS Anne JVs 44, ChnrdiUnd JVs 43 

WSKTUMG 
Jan. It 

Nonriew 39, Kempsrille 18 
Princess Anne 35, Bayside 17 
COS SO, Lake Ti^r 5 
Kcllaffl 52, Uanry 7 

Snlnrdqr 

Prinnss Aue 31, First Ccflonial 21 
Kelian 69, Gnnby O 
BaysMe 22, Booker T. Wasiiinctoa 21 
Cm a. KempsviUe 16 

nubcx 

Satwtey 

Princess Ame 67 1/2, Cox 58, 
BwAer T. Wadiiogton 22 1/2 
Kellam 69, Granby 48 

CTmiAsncs 

Priw»ss Anne 120.28, Kempsrille 110.48 






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Grants 

Booker T. Wasbingtoo 

Maary 

Norriew 

Lake Taylor 

FIRST COLONIAL 

KEMFSVILLE 

PRINCESS ANNE 

COX 

KELLAM 

BAYSIDE 



District 
W L 

6-0 
7-0 
5-3 
4-2 
4-3 
4-4 
3-4 
2-4 
1-5 
1-5 
0-7 



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W L 

13-1 
9-0 
t-5 
8-4 
6-S 
7-5 
7-7 
5-5 
2-9 
2-10 
3-8 



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Friday 

Cox at First Colcmial 

Norriew at Bayside 

Kempsville at Norfolk Collegiate 

Kellam at Princess Amie 

(All varsity games 3 p.m.) 

Bayside Jr. at Plaza Jr. 

Kempsrille Jr. at Indqwodence Jr. 

Princess Arnie Jr. at Virginia Beach Jr. 

(All jimior higb games 4:15 p.m.) 

Satuntay 

Chufchland at Princess Ame 

First Colmial at Barry-Robinson 

Tuesday 

Princess Anne at Cm 

Bayside at Kellam 

First C(donial at Lake Taylor 

Kempsville at Granlqi 

Placa Jr. at LymAaven Jr. 

Kempsrille Jr. ri Princess Aeae Jr. 

WRraTLOfG 

TOB^t 

First ColOBial at nartoik Catbalic 
(All varsity matches 8 p.m.) 

Friday 

Kempsrille at Norfolk Catholic 
Vir^iria Beach Jr. at Princess Anne Jr. 
Plaza Jr. at Bajrside Jr. 
Independence Jr. at Kempsrille Jr. 
(All junior high matches 4 p.m.) 

Saturday 

BocktT T. WashioKton at First Colonial 

Kellam at Bayside 

Maury at Kempsville 

Cox at Norriew 

Tnoday 

Independence Jr. at Plaza Jr. 
Princess ktae Jr. at Kempsville Jr. 
Lynnhaven Jr. at Baysitte Jr. 

GIRL'S GTMMASnCS 

Tonight 

Cos at Princess Ame 

Ttarsday 

Kellam at First Colonial 

Hontey 

Konpsrille at Cox 
(Routines begin at 6 p.m.) 






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Bill CMerm^th's Cox gr^plers centime their 
domia^tn of area wre^ling circles by breeziag for 
tvo more dual meet wins in the eigUh we^of 
(^strict rompetltion. Hie Faloms disaraed (rf oat- 
gnned Late Taylor Jan. 22, thomink tte weak 
niau. 50-5. Cax k»tjKtoaeb(Mttaitte(tari 
mttf win. Cox's 52ad stnigM, scoring most itf 
the piMts on pins by 112-poander Timmy Darid- 
«on, Ourls Terires at 119 and luavyiraigM Bobby 
SMibB' 2:29 pta of his Titan coimterpart. 

Eighth Week 

The Falcons had a tougher time with Keith Low- 
ruice's KempsviUe squad, beating the Chiefs, bow- 
ever, by a 28-16 tnm-point score. The Chiefs flexed 
mort or their mosde in the lower and middle weights, 
getting team points tm wins by 98-pounder Wayne 
Martin, llZ-pomder Chip Meyers, Bcrtiby Tata at 
126 and l|8-poBnder Rick Halprin. Cox reasserted 
itself, miwever, in the upper weights, on decisiins 
by inrior 155-pcnmder Dennis Slough and senior 167- 
pomder Danny Jtdmson. Chief Mark Rlmarski woo a 
12-1 major decisicxi over Cox's Bill Bamett in their 
185-poiBld bout. But heavyweight Bobby Stubbs put 
things on ice by i^nning Kempsville's 240-pounder 
Fnnk UUey in a ttme (rf 3.31. 

Earlier in the week, Kempsrille traveled to Norview 
to take on ttie lean and mean Pilots, but were turned 
away by a 29-18 score. Bright spgts for Lowrance's 
stpmS included 112-poirader Scott Meyers' pin of his 
Norriew (qiponent with 30 seconds I'enuuning in tbe 
match. BoMJy Tata also wtm on a late pin at 126, 
taking bis Pilot counterpart down to tbe mat with just 
37 seconds remaining in the bout. But 132-pound 
performer Roger Martin and Bob Reisch at 155 
were the only other bout winners of the evening for 
the Chiefs,' 

Kellam has been taking a t>reather by meeting and 
beating three Norfolk squads in a row. Jan. 22, Vic 
Gregor's Knight grapplers pounded Maury into sub- 
mission by a score of S2-7. Unbeaten 98-fK>under 
Jimmy Brttt scored .^ pin in tlie first 59 seccHids of 
his bout, joining John Venner in tbe exclusive pin- 
group for the ni^t. Vetmer (Hnnec) his man at 4:53 
into their 138-pound match. Five Knights won by for- 
feit, including unbeaten performers Carl Br use 
(at 1J7), and twice-losing heavyweight Danny Hill. 

Kellam had an even »sier time Saturday when 
hosting Granby. The Kaights bombed tbe Comets — . 
IkMLJI Sha&iw qI the ^hool's iKUHer gran^iloK 
greatness under Billy Martin - - 69-0. Eight Kellam 
wrestlers won by forfeit, and three of the remainii^ 
fbur won their bouts by pins. 

Princess Anne, coached by Amie Daris, l)egao 
to assert its strength last week by bombing Bruce 
Biebl's Bayside team, 35-17, then meeting First 
Cohnial Saturday and tumii^ tbe Patriots away, 
31-21., Against Bayside the Cavaliers lost just four 
bouts on tbe night, gaining pins by Carl Black at 
119, Billy Dickerson at 126 and ISS-pounder M^io 
Mastraagelli. The Marlins made a minor comeback 
in tte final two bouts when unl>eaten Charlie Skipper 
pinned Cavalier Mike Josephs with 39 seconds re- 
maining in their match. The heavyweight Mark White- 
house took PA'S Mike Roeidier down for the comt 
in just S8 seconds. 




Bayside's 167-pounder Btkbf 
Little is c«^ in a precarious 
position as Princess Arme grap- 
pier Craig Voster turns on the 

Bruce Biehl's t«im r^>ounded tnm its Jan. 22 
loss at tte hands of PA by ed^ng Booker T. WasUag- 
ton Saturday, 22-21. The Marlins spcrtted ttwflred- 
19 Bookers a 21-0 lead in the meet, thenproceded 
to win the next six bouts. Ricky Lech pioHd his 



pTMsure. Vosler won a 4-0 de- 
cision over Little, c^)ping a Cav- 
alier triumph over ttie MarMm, 
35- 17. 

Bo(Aer opponeirt in 4:36 in the 138-poind m^ch-ap, 
Witt Joe (kllop, Steve Bisi>ing and BoMy Utile 
wimdag on decisions. Charlie Skipper reinaiaed un- 
defeated by oatscOTiag his man 13-0 to win a major 



Chief's Lo wrance: 

Showing 'em how to do it 



By STEVE BK)NDO 
Sua Staff Writer 



Keith Lowrance at 
Kempsville High has more 
demeanor of a quiet -spok- 
en poet than a teacher of 
tbe Wiley wrestlji^ art. 
Tbe youi^ former nation- 
al wrestling champion 
from Michigan State is 
smack in' the middle of 
his second year as head 
coach for the Chiefs, lus 
fifth - he coached three 
feamrwsTaa aiMm*- 
ter, Granby-since step- 
ping out of college. 

But while Lowrance be- 
lieves in the toned-down 
approach to teaching 
wrestling, what he teaches 
is far diSerent. It is a 
style of aggressive of- 
fensive graK>ling he lea- 
rned while a student un- 
der Granby's near-im- 
mortal coach, Billy Mar- 
tin. 

And for Lowrance, there 
is only one way to learn 
good wrestling technique, 
and .that is through prac- 
tice. 

."We geierally practice . 
two w three hours aday," 





says tbe bl o n deh e ad ed 
Norfolk native as he wat- 
ches his squad pair off 
to work against one 
another. "Those who are 
working to be st^e cham- 
pions usually stay till six." 
LowraaM poltts oidtwo 
of his yomig wrestles with 
state potential, Toay Tata 
and Scott Meyers, both 
conteiKlers for the 112- 
pound slot all season for 
tbe Chiefs. While the 
starting ro^er is a^pwl 
nowaadr 
Uy 

eraBy stiMrts. 

"Wait a miiaite, CUp," 
Lowrance says, spotting 
a mistake io tbe yooager 
Meyers' take-down tedffii- 
que. Withoitf having to use 
bis whistle, tbe informal 
mat work immediately 
stops as Lowrance calls 
for attention, and using 
Meyers as a dummy, de- 
monstrates the proper way 
to take down an oppoaeat. 

"You were letting your 
arm hang too Um%,' says 
tbe Chief cnch iageotle 
remoastration. *Tou've 
got to move it qi there 
fast or he'll just step out 
ofit." 

Steppiog back,LowraaK 
makes sure everyone has 
tbe mistake and bow to 
correct it as well. Prac- 
tice continues. 

Reflecting oo the season 
so tar in 1975, Lowrance 
is philosophical about his 
team's progress. "Tbeco- 
mpetitiMi is incredible," 
he says. "This area is the 
most skilled wrestling 
area in tbe country] I've 
been around and believe 
me, it's one of the best." 
It has been a year of tev- 
ing better than average 
talent to work with while 
tte competition bas been 
just a little better, ac- 
cording to tbe Kempsrille 
grappling mentor, who 
sqo^ owns a 4-5 dual 
meet record after their 
28-16 loss to unbeaten Cox 
Saturday ev«iii%. 

"We have a number of 



since focrtball season 
ended, is just begiaaiog 
to get into his prime shape. 

"Doen't he look much 
better?" Lowraace says 
proudly. "More athletic or 
something. He's, in much 
better coadittoa physically 
now, but he'll mviably pri 
sorae weight back on this 
summer fw HogOBll." 

Thou^ Coach Lmnaace 
believes Mt Rimarski's 
interest la football and 
wrestling is abod even, 
Kempsville Mrior has 
4w to ftwriawt d*« 
fek^ment, namely, the 
swarms of college recruit- 
ers who flock frranOe bills 
each April to fill schol- 
arship (lootes. 

Birt Lowraace has been 
fortimate, too, in a wealth 
of freshman talent making 



minor mistate ia tech- 
nique, bat oee that m^t 
.prove figuatively fatal to 
a wrestter ia the arena. 
Lowrance giis down and 
lets a pupil have the ad- 
vantageous position abtove 
him. In a secaai, be is 
out and oa t(9. 

Sitting with kaees grac- 
ed in froirt of Um, aa im- 
pressed Marie Sinarski 
says, "Yeak, BmoiA did 
that to me aaxe thet^wr 
night." Norriew's Mike 
BfflMU MjM^jdJjutt e 

ed Rii^^l^iB tteir 
boat Jan. )^ at Neartsw. 
mte Chiefs took it oitf tte 
<Aia in that one by a 29- 
18 score. 

By the time it is 4:30, 
and practice bas been go- . 
lag on lor two hours, Low- 



"Ifs the only sport I know of 
where you work on every mus- 
cle in ttie body. There's almost 
constant strain on eadi mtfiwle. 
If s coiifiplete exercise, like is- 
ometrics, but not isolated to one 
muscle..." 

- Kempsville wrestling 
- coach Keith Lowrance 



its varsity appearance this 
season. Besides TonyTala 
te hasltf-pomidfreshmaa 
Pete Kitchen, a youngster 
gaining a reptdatlcnforbis 
quickness and agility. Kit- 
cten is in his "learning" 
season, according to wres- 
tling slang. 

While Lowrance watches 
his wrestlers grunt and 
strain oa tte mat, his feet 
dangling over the seat of 
his aslant chair, a ques- 
tion comes qp about the 
move that tes gained aat- 
ioaal notoriety and helped 
to build a wrestling dynas- 
ty - tbe Granby roll. 

"Roger, do tte roll lor 
us," Lowraace says, and 
Roger Martin, tte Chief 
132-pouader i^toiptlygets 



"We gMMt^lly practice two or 
three hours a day. But those 
who are working to be state 
champions usually stay till six." 
- KMi^ville wrestling 
- a»ach Keitt) Lowrance 



IwpMatyllaalttBS 

I MU» Jos^s' faM is a study Skipper pinned .A)s^c with 39 

secofMte left in ttw bmrt, one of 
ji«t ttiree tiat B-side won in the 
.ten. 22 night dinl meet at 3ay- 
side. PA cof^Md Vie win, 35-^7. 



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in a^sny as Vhs l^-powid Cav- 
alier graf^ler tries to escape 
from ttte clutches a1 wtoeaim 
Bayside all-star Charlie Skipper 



seniors but ttey're inex- 
perienced lor tte most 
part," Lowrance says, 
pointing oat senior grap- 
pler Bobby Tata - you% 
Tony's older brother - as 
tte exception <xi the 
Kempsville team. Tata, in 
a little weigbt trouble re- 
cently, has been beaten just 
once in his last year oe 
tbe Chief squad. 

Lowrance hashadstrcH^ 
performances a^ of tte 
season, too, frtHB jiayor 
ISS-pountor Bob Reisch, 
a California trauier ste- 
deot. Reisch has lost just 
twice in oiiw botrts oa tte 
year. When working mrt in 
practice, Reisch generally 
^irs off Witt s^tor 185- 
pi^der, Ittrk Rt^sU, 
who bas taken off Mpoaads 



in the set position that 
opems any (^cial wres- 
tiii« bout. Another Chief 
gripis Martin's right el- 
bow and waist, and at tte 
whistle tte boHiMf maa 
somersaults - literally - 
h^ tucked under his 
ctest, coming iq) on 
bis knees with the former 
top^maa under him. 

"What it r^Uy is a for- 
ward flip," says Lowrance, 
ite ays tte move is sel- 
dom used now as it was 
ori^aally conceived. "I 
Jut tate to keq) tte old 
stuff for long. We're al- 
ways impntviag, trying to 
improve OB^basiem>ve. 
Y(M Ittve to keep v with 
wr^tUng. an r^." 

tadhn- pant. The 
Chtef aadl K^ amrtter 



raace has a visit from a 
distinguished guest, for- 
mer Graitfiy High School 
wrestling mentor Billy 
"Martin himself . 

Martin's interest in 
Kempsville is umkrstaad- , 
able, since his sob, Wayae, 
wrestles in tte M-pound 
sUA for Lowrance's 
.Chiefs. Satorday tte young 
Hartia c^Med Kemps- 
ville's match with Cox by 
winning a 9-7 decision ov- 
er Cox's Taytor Wooten. 
It was tte first of tte 
.^ix bouts Chief wrestlers 
were to take that night. 

As former coach Mar- 
tin sits and intently wat- 
ctes his son practice, 
coach Lowraace - used to 
ecnchl^ youg Ibrtias by 
now since David Martia 
won a state title for Gran- 
by under Lowrance in 
1971 - discusses tte re- 
lative merits of wrestling. 

"It's tte only sport I 
kapw of wtere you work 
00 every muscle in tte 
body," says tte coach. 
"Ttere's almost con- 
stant strain on each muc- 
cle. It's complete ex- 
ercise, like isometrics, 
but not isolated to one muc" 
cle. 

"Alter four hours of this, 
these boys are tired you 
can be sure. But ttey're 
also in great ctmUtitm." 

lie Kempsville squad 
needs ao aiging to ^ac- 
tice with Keith Lowrance 
until six each werinky af- 
ternoon - Inrri^ days 
whm meets are s^e<taled- 
because tte grapjillng 
c(»eh uses oae basic pre- 
mlM |Rt>v« trastwortty 
time and time apla sia^ 
Socrates' time. 

Itet is, taKiw wfeirt jmn 
teach, and t^ch otfy wtet 
you know. 

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teun ncords 1b mM Cases In tbe e^rhtt week of 
scholastic ci^pMttin, M Norfttt sqiuilc cootioue 
to doialaate the Thtewater rw^tell picture as the 
1914-71 UMOo heads mo Uteteme stitch. Every 
NorlDtt school ovos a spot ii the EuterB Ustrict's 
first lUvisiM, whUe ^cb Beach sehoM fighU tor tte 
mbl-vajr mark In the stamlugs. 

First Cokoial oms the best overall t^m record 
in tta dty with a 7-S ctort. Alter Kemi»vllle's 7-7 
reoird str^le Coi, KelUn aad teyside, ^ehtry^ 
to posh the cAter iaio the district cellar to tasore 
tteaiselv^ a spcA in tte district toomamests if|hieh 
bq^ Feb. II at Scope. 

tie Cavaliers Ixwst^ tteir team conMteaee last 
vMk hf stoKring Flrtf Co)(Blal in tteir nrly week 
ffleeMag, 67-W, bti then tir^ arotud and lost to 
Nonrte* ~ a Norfolk rival cllmbii^ up ia the dis- 
triet ^«flags alter a kte s^son start -- fejt 14 
Frkiair dgM. CMer Rick Banta tannb^ Oe M- 
riots ftnr SO points ani grabbed 19 reta^ids tat aves- 
gh% u f *4 guard Doi^ U»g's IS f(Mts and Rajr 
Ellis' 12 in the important district victory for PA. 
The t-7 &ria ptvped tor another 23 against Nor- 
ftew OB Fritejr, again sopported t^ t^nnato Loig 
«bo Ut tor 14 in the 69-55 losing cavse. Bat the 
Cavaliers took it ort on Charchlsid the tollovtag 
evMiag, aa^iiiig the Trackers 74-3i. Ba^ scored 
• MMBi-li^ 3S p(rftfs tor PA, as iwyts the otire 




Patriot guard Ed BarelHfi tr\«* to 
out-wit Keitam's Randy Hassall on jthe 
^»s-in. Warfw Chisholm andAlwiTur- 



nBr watch ttie ball for the expected re 
suite. 




mm 



Eighth Week 



First Colonial's Alan Tun»er blocks out 
Kellam's Larry WiMcens as Kni^^ard 
Robert Hughes looks on. Hughes hit for 
10 points on the evening, but Turner's 
13 reflected ttie outeome a$ the game. 
First Colonial 80. Kellam 68. 



. CtarcUand ^oad, and the big Cavalier middle-man 
again wm tke tcoriog race t>etween himself and Long. 
lAx^ poured ia tOlohelp nm the out-maaned Trucker's 
efftheeoart. 

Flrft Colofiitf faltKvd against Princess Anne Jan. 
22 desidte Speedy Gainer's 24 poinU a»i a four- 
point le»d at haimme. Tim Moon and Ron ZoUi- 
colfer combined lor another 22 but were not able 
to stem the tUe of Cavalier scoring. Alton Hill's 
sqoad (ame back against Kellajn on Friday night, 
Ihowever, out-playing the Knights 80-6S, rollii« up 
the score in the first hall on the shooting ol Gainer, 
ZoUicolfer and forward Ed Barclifle, who scored 
IS OB the Bight. Alaa Toner iaiaei tfiose in the 
(toable figure sc(»iog coluffii bjt cratributing 13 to 
the Patriot win. KnigW scorers were led by Gary 
Woodwose with 29 points. ' 

WlUie Brad's lights were attemptii* a rebound 
tnm ^l(r Jaa- U Ma^ to Norvies.a u^kmrnttm 
Mg^d^M dnty^by Brian Macm's 20 points. The 
KbI^As were "Oaa Wared," as the saying might go, 
since the Pilot's Ware Ut tor 31 against Kellam. 
Ware is t|»e second leading scorer in the Tidewater 
area. Kellam responded en the night with (touble- 
flgure performances from Randy Hassell (11), Robert 
Holies (12) and Gary Woodbouse, who lell below his 
season scoring average with 18. 

Kempsrille enjoyed itself afCox's expense Jan. ZS 
l^beatiiv the Falcons81-72toranon-districtvictogt. 
Oipe MayfleM and Mason Moton ran wild ter die 
Chiefs, hittii* tor 27 and.- 23 points respectively, 
oKsetting Cos guan^, Tyrce Brown's seastm-Ugh 
performance of 26 poitits in a losing effort. 

Wille Cox traveled to Maury Friday and was ad- 
alniMered^ a mild 54r44 whiM>ing by the frus^ted 
eosunodlH^ '- the FaleMis mustered one double- 
figure performance, 16 points by Eddie.-Bourdon — 
Kemi».iUe IBd the dread task of taking on urtiMten 
Booker T. with the predictible outcome. Mason M(Aon 
aMt Ollie MayfieW scraped togethej^W and 11 apiece, 
along with Kevin Hewton's 10, but the Chiefs lost 
the ^me on turnovers. Tlie BooKers ran «p a 13- 
polnt le«l <» the Chiefs' In the third period, a le«l 
never relinquished. 

CoHid Parker at Bay side has been having a rough 
time this season fending off city romidtall competition, 
much less the Norfolk <neanies. On Jan. 22, tte Mar- 
lins took on Maury and lost by 28 points. Eric Tyson, 
Keith Brown and Norman BiUu|» each placed ia the 
doitftle-fignre scaring column in a vain attenvt to 
stanch Bayside's Imij defuse witt poi^.brttheend 
resnlt was aaAher Marlin l<»s. Granlqt faced the 
Marlins on Friday and showed a bare jpercy by 
bating ftiyside, 78-53. The Comets put five men in 
tte 10-poi^-and-above list while Marlin Keith Bro>WB 
was the lose Bayside scoring staadoot with 16 poi^. 




DcNmie Corprew slwote a jimnper in 
second half action of Friday's contest 
between Kellam and First Colonial. The 
Patriots chalked up an 80-68 win over 
Coach Willie Braye's Knights. 






Kellaiv,PA cop 
track meet wins 



Princess Ani»jSOpho- 
more Jesse Williams Sa- 
turday tied the state high 
sclwol indoor 60-yard dash 
record by finishing in a 
time of 6.3 seconds. 

Williams' pm was the 
high point of the three- 
team meet between Prla- ^ 
cess Anne, Cox aiH Book- 
er T. Washington held at 



4PMTt)8PM 



priiKess Anne, lue ca- 
valiers nflled up 67 1/2 
points to win the meet, 
out-dlstslncing Cot, whicl' 
scored 58. The Bookers 
came in last with 22 1/2. 

in Kellam's Saturday 
meet against Graid>y, 
Knight Bruce Conley took 
first place in the hi^ jump 



iuiknu- 



and the 600-yard rm to 
pn^U tte ItelUm track 
squad over the Cora^ l^ 
a 69-48 score. Damiy Bill; 
All -State f 1 b a 1 1 tackle 
and heavyweight wrestler, 
tossed the shot a di^aaee 
of 49 feet, 3 1/2 ind** 
to take fir^t place in OMt 
event. 



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EN^Y WH)NESDAY NTTE - '"'■ . 
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FIGHT INFLATION ! 
FffD A fAMItr OF mW FOf *^.OQt 



Three more All-City players sign 



Three more Virata 
Bench &n All-City to<rt- 
b4ll athletes recently 
a^cd grwrts-in-aU tor«- 
ftonl j^leges. 

Ttrgtnia ITniM CoU^ie 
of RiehBMXMl made off with 
two rt tte Beach's top toet- 
teU players by signing 
KeOks's M^^ve half- 
tacfc Gary Woodhouse and 
riret Colonial's prime 
ba<Afield thrat. Mil Har- 
ris, to r ."," t-holar- 

_ ua yiiwi^il tM' 
baU ^(AWmuiI Bailey 
saU berth Rarrte and Wood- 
bine will be c«nt»l m to 
fill rtartlng varsUy slots 
for fte PaiAwrs mik sai- 

'^y«< brtb 

„,^_ U times torKellam't 
laiter B MstrWcta^^ 
sinad last smsm as a 
4-1, l75-p«wd drttoslve 

b^b Mi M^^^M ^ M 
^^^». »fco#^, tt» B» 
tf^r fr^ Kellam to sign 
1^ a •ajor oiUege this 
ywr, was bug sMgM by 
>^ortoIk Mate a^ North 




sh^ U teysUte's tri-ca^ 
tato UaMactet- Jote Wyui, 
a C^f, tOO-jKMwri^HViw 
Mtln^^ Mr the WMm 
ta 1971 and 1^4. Wpa 
tfgMd vttt tte M^itat^ 
neers of Annla^dM ^e 
University in Boone, N.C. 
Wyw's Hsresrtve line- 
backing for h^ coach 
Terry Tlorton's sipnd sc- 
ored In- IW indivlteal 
tadUes on tte season, 
eumiBg Wyan te turn's 
most V T ii>,i,. , layer 
awart 




Wynn, also an honor stu- 
dent ami Boys State can- 
iUate his junior year, was 
reportedly beu^ recruited 
^ RicbmoHi and tte Uni- 
rarsity of Delaware as well 
as by Analachian State. 

The signii^s of Wynn, 
Harris and Woodhouse 
bring to 11 tte Mimher 
of Virginia Beach focrtball 
athletes signed to athletic 
scholarships so ter this 
year. All 11 were selected 
to tte ion's im All-City 
s(pttd. 






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CaroUna A and T as well. 
Harris, a 6-0, ISS-powd 
halftaefc, M First Cotalal 
^ a 6.3-1 toMnU sMan 
in 1974 ^ lati ^ i ^ n9 

QAMai ■•nior^^ 4.6 
qi^d in tte tt, ud ms 

ter t^ seteols sacb as 
Georgia Tech and XoiMk 
State. 

tte ^^l^iifta^^ 
to sip a ftxrthall scholar- 



Strange makes Cup squad 



Foratr 9i^i^ ^m 
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Cnrtls «ia«ge w« tavl- 
t^ Satartiy to rqvM^ 
ttn I^M A«M «f tte 
Wh 1^l»i^i» «** wtt 
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teU in St Andrews, Scot- 
ImeA, May U-29. 
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lua at Wate FoNst Col* 
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Beach Sports Club as its 
1974 Sportsmaa of tte 



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Council 



error 



prompts 

School 

Board 

seat 

swap 



A 3S~fD0t miscalculatioo has rtsulted in a bit 
of switching arouDd on the Virginia Beach Sehoti 
Board. The names are the saas, Irat the places 
will chance. 

Earlier this moirtb, Clt]r Comieil apixriBted Ann 
iTajrlor to the racant Beach Borough seat on the School 
Board. Last «eelc, howerer, it was discovered that 
Mrs. Taylor's hone 08 Rose Lane ajctiaUjr was iii' 
Ljnmhayeo Borooi^ ^ across the street fttm the 
diTidii« Uae. 

The Sdiool Board has 11 memlwrs anxrinted 
ItNT three-]rear terns, (»e from each of the city's 
seven boroafhs, and four at-lartt rqresentatives. 
The City Charter reqoires that nch borough, seat 
be filled with a resident of that borouf^. 

To correct what Mayor J. CaHs Payne termed 
the SS-fbot miscalculation*, CoiracU Mtsiday went 
through a series of resignations and appointments 
to switch two School Board members' s«its. 

First, Council accqrted the resignation of Or. 
John A. Uapp, a Beach Borou^ reside wto ob- 
ligingly resigned his at-large seat he was appointed 
to in early 1973. After formally acc^ting Mrs. 
Taylor's resignation, Council then appointed Mapp 
to the Beach Boroo^ seat, givtag Mm a new three- 
year term. Finally, Mrs. Taylor was appointed to 
the at-large seat just vacated by Majpp to serve 
the final 11 mooflis of that inezpired term. 

The reshofning was not without objections, how- 
ever. Lpnhaven Borough Councilmaa Jol^ Griffin 
cast a dissentii« vote on Mrs. Taylor's appoint- 
ment to the at-large seat. Griffin said be preferred 
that the at-laige seat be filled by a Lynnhaven 
resident who did aa/t live at the north end of the 
beach. Griffin remaited that he was not opposed 
to Mrs. Taylor, bol the appolntmeBt "was coeMD- 
tratiag too aa^ ^ flw Lymhavcn Boroogh rein^e- 
sentation in the north end of the beach." George 
Ferrell and Floyd Waterfield abstained from voting 
on Mrs. Taylor's ^ipointmettt. 

Beach Borough Councilman Robert CalUs, who 
originally bad recommended Mrs. Taylor's appoint- 
ment, said he thra^t she lived in his borough since 
she voted in a Beach Borough precinct. Mrs. Taylor 
said Monday Out when the city merged with Prin- 
cess Anne County in 1963, she was allowed to choose 
her voting place, so she selected the precinct clos- 
est to her home. 

Commenting on the seat sw^iping, Callis said, 
"We were lucky Dr. Mapp happened to live in the 
Beach Borou^. If we ha<tai't had an at-large mem- 
ber living Offire, I don't know what we would have 
done." 

And ttoogh she lost more than two years (tf her 
initial an»intment, Mrs. Taylor remarked, "I'm 
Just glad it's all settled." 



Grant 



(CoMimpd trwH |Mge*>tr"' 
l>e enough to pay for the entire cost of the 
project, Kear said, but it could be used to 
make an initial payment which would move 
coostructioo up several years. 

Under housing rehabilitation, Kear said the 
commimity develc^Mnent program pnAably 
will have two major thrusts: demolition of 
abandoned strnchires, and code enforcement 
sul>standard bousing . 

' Hopefully, Kear said, the low cost loans 
if they can be arranged will give home- 
owners an incentive to make needed repairs, 
especially when Improvements are needed 
for the health, welfore and safety of re- 
sidents and neighbors. 

The city will use the 1970 census as a 
guide, and Kear said an intern may be 
employed this suoner to upibte the siA- 
standard housing survey. 

The city is not sure how many sutstaodard 
tensing units there are, and Kear eq>lained 
that the figure varies dq>ending on which type 
of standards are ai^ed. 

The American Pd)lic Health Dqartment 

determined that 2 per cent of the Beach's 

47,000 homes were substandard. The 1970 

^census indicates that 8 per cent of the homes 

"^ were not Uval>le. 

Kear guess^ that the actual figure floats 
somewhere in between — probably about 5 
per cent. That would mean that 2,350 homes 
may be substandard and could be among those 
demolished or rqaired umter the community 
development program. 

Although there will be target areas, Kear 
said any substandard homeowners who meets 
low income criteria set by the program could 
be eligible for low-cost loans. — 

Kear also emphasized that the enforcement 
of the housing code probably would be lenirat, 
so poor families do not have to worry about 
being thrown out into the street. 

Although the housing inspectors have the 
authority to get court certificates allowing ; 



rBovmig wm, ney anvauy 
try to get voluntary compliance from the 
residents, Kear said. 

"And we can't say fix it or get out," he 
added, "l>ecause they're going to get out. 
A sha^ is better than nothing at all." 

The committee, which Kear said has bea 
meeting weekly since Nov. 7, has a detailed 
plan for the first year of tlie program re- 
quired by HUD guUbelines. It also will present 
a thrae-yetr overview to CQaacUmen daring 
an informal meeting Monday. 

1 think It wlU be acceptable," Kear said. 
"We've really had good relations with tte 
steering committee," which im:ludes a mix 
of citizens, city officials and representa- 
tives from the city's planning, social ser- 
vices, economic devetopment and health de- 
partments. 

"They're all professional peofde or lorol- 
ved citizens, Kear said, "and Qiey've given 
an airful lot of time" to the plan. 

Kear briefed City Manager George Hanbu? 
M the pnvosals this week, and the plainer 
eipects prtJlic hearings to be scheduled 
near the end of February or th9 beginning 
of March. 

Before that, Kear added, there may even 
be another public meeting to infbnn citizens 
of the proposed community developrarat 
plan. 

The HUD commimity develoi^nent program 
could be a long-range program that eztMds 
over a number of years, Kear said, de- 
pending on evaluation of the program's 
success 1^ Congress. 

The appnyriatlon for the first three years 
has been approved, Kear said, and if HUD 
continues the program amrther ^ee years, 
Virginia Beach would be in line to receive 
another 97 mUlion. 

The Beach mist apply to HUD tor its 
first cvt of the oommottity development 
funds by April IS. 



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Recreation panel seeks 
legal help to define role 



' Members or Virginia 
Beach's Recreational Fa- 
cilities Authority want to 
meet with the city's bood- 
le attorney, Harry Fra- 
tier, before they step out 
in imcbaried territory. 

The group iK^es Fn- 
zier can clear op ques- 
tions members have about 
the aothority's power and 
also about each perscm's 
own liability if an autho- 
rity-sponsored i^oject 
should fold. 

(tee ccncem is the au- 
thority's ability to wheel 
and deal with potential in- 
vestors who may not like 
the idea of footing tte bill 
for bonds and then turning 
around and shelling oat fair 
market value for bcilities 
owned by the authority when 
the bonds retire. 

Two schools of thought 
on the authority's power 
still linger despite state- 
ments by City Manager 
George Hanbury that a 
lease-purchase arrange- 
ment most investors w(rald 
be attracted to is not wi- 
thin the authority's power 
under state law. 

Members Fletcher 
Bryant and Beverly Paulk 



met iatormaUywitt Tom 
Broyles, an attoraay re- 
presenting Matropolllan 
^rts, be., a groip iMek 
hopes to bidM a^OO.OOO 
Ice rinknearMoorfl^msh- 
more. 

Ae^a^aag to the aam- 
bers, Bmjfties MHtttedUs 
organisation could ^ 
bOBfe tor Ite project if It 
is badcrt by tberecreaUoB 
authority. 

However, Broyles has 
said thirt the proposal wooU 
be wtfeftdMe if Metropo- 
litan SpiaU la recplred 
to pay full Mr martet 
value for the Ice ride once 
the bonds are retired. 

According lo Hantwry, 
the authority most be the 
sole owner of any recre- 
ational project it initiates. 
Ideally, the anthority would 
work with private investors 
vdx) wooU be wllUag to 
operate the ptojecl without 
otralflgit. 

The iavestors wwdd be 
required to reirtthebcfllty 
at a {nice high enough to 
cover bond payments. Once 
bonds were {aid off, the 
investor could pordiasethe 
^cility from tl» anthority. 



Metropolitan ^rts re- 
presentatives omtefld that 
neb as arrangement 
Aaomts to pa)rtag for the 
bclU^ twice. 

Before they dive into any 
projects, me authority 
members al» imUcatM 
tW ttey woidd like to ia- 
vesti^te ae pnsfldlity at 
using ttw Ecmofflle Deve- 



UspmmA Defartm«ittohelp 
wiOi resKirch, eqwciaUy 
in eaminatkms of eco- 
aomie profiles <d v^o- 

^^- f. 

Memliers are locAlngforV 

aa initial project wUeh will 

be fli^Mitfy ^roeg. Baa- 

bory has advised the groqi 

ttat my pt^ds tt mter- 

takes aoat pay tMr owa 



waytobcra^sriti. 

Hie anthority also 
^and tU reg^r aMt- 
lag Ato to 1 p.m. the se- 
eoBd ThM^tday ol wfny 
mma bae»i»« ttt eojrtar- 
Met NMi la fkt AAbI- 
alstnitioa MkHag was aot 
avaitaUa at fl» mmttm 
ttan mri^taal]^ aebiMed. 



Boat raitip change urged 



M«ab«rs of the Lno- 
haveo bdet Area Civic 
Leagne are circalattBg a 
petttteB addi« the city to 
bulU an alteniate accesa.<> 
to a pn^oMd brat ramp 
belllty. 

Civic Lngae President 
Bill Powell said area re- 
sldeMs are knockiOK on 
doors of about 200 homes 
near the Long Creek nn^ 
site In an effort to con- 
vince the city not to i^e 
resldeitfial streets as aa 
access to the ramp. 

Powell o^alaedtbat re- 
sidents, naay (rfthem boat 
owners tbeaselves, do aot 



(rtiject to tte rup, brt are. 
coaeemed thirt traffic it 
would g«erato, especially 
(m Mqde Street, vlilch the 
city iflans to widen, would 
dlsrqit Oe oomnMudty. 

Horaeownen ia tte area 
are also worrlad ttat can 
haaliag boats wodd tmuel 
onto (tek and BeediStrcets 
which parallel Maple 
Street, the civic leagse 
president rqioriwi. 

As u altemtlTe, the 
residents are atidag the 
d^ to ezt«d Poladaaa 
Drive to the boat nam. 
Powell saU there are any 



foar loam on that straat, 
ao traiSe Qun wooUl aot 
be u dUnpUw, aiaooKh 
he adatttad Oe knaeova- 
m OB PiAwiaia wodthi't 
Uke the l^n. Most et tiie 
land on (Mf Jtriaeiaaa tm- 
teasioa it fMRvtioiied. 

intginiE' has agreed to 
|My Ims.OOO to devekv 
tfea Long Credc boat nap, 
iMift iaelvde six tandi- 
lag maps aad a IW-apace 
panlagM. 

Tit (Mj at yirfiaia 
BetiA wmU pay |140,000 
to wldn Mb^ Street aad 
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For the second consecutive year, 
Kempsville Landing School in Virginia 
Beach has been designated as a Physical 
Education Demonstration Center by the 
President's Council on Physical Fitness. 

The school recently celebrated official 
receipt of the award with a student 
exhibition of physical skills including 
rhythmic calistfienics, folk dancirig,and 
musical rope skipping. 

While a sizable audience of parents 
and students looked on, some 150 Kemps 
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NAZARENE CRUSADE 

The Tidewater Central 
Church of the Nazarene, 
5514 Parliament Drive, 
Virginia B^ch, is spm- 
soring a week-loi% Yovtb 
and Holiness Crusade 
through Sunday. Meetings 
will be held each night 
at 7:30 at the eborch. 

MAMAGEMEMT 

The iastitute of Manage- 
ment at Old Dominion Un- 
, ivei'sity is sponsoring a 
three-day workshop on 
Gestalt srganization de- 
velopment today through 
Friday at the ^eraton 
Beach Hotel, Virginia 
Beach. Sessions begin at 
7 tonight and continue from 
9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Thurs- 
day and from 9 a.m. to 
4:30 p.m., Friday. Fee for 
the workslxq) is $120, 
which includes material^, 
two nights' ' lo<%ii« and 
three meals. To enroll 
contad Jack Van Newkirk, 
ODU Institute of Manage- 
ment, at 489-6396. 

PSAYBt BREAiEFAST 

Rear Adm. Richard E. 
Rumble, commandant of 
^e Fifth Naval district, 
will be iraest speaker at 



the Norfolk Naval Station 
Navy Exchange Cafeteria 
to observe National Pray- 
er Breakfa^ at 6:15 a.m. 
Thursday. The breakfast 
is open to civilian and 
military pers(»nel and 
their families. 

BAYLAK: BEACH 
CIVIC LEAGUE 

The Baylake Beach Civic 
League wUl meet at 7:30 
p.m. Tl^rsday at the borne 
of G. Larson, 4216 Sandy 
Bay Drive, to draw iq> its 
constitution and bylaws. 

SYMPHONY AUXILIARY 

The Auiiliary of the Vir- 
ginia Beach Civic Sym- 
friiony will hold an organ- 
izational meeting 8 p.m. 
Thursiby at the Atlantic 
Permanent Savii^;s and 
Loan bttildi^, 944 In- 
dependence Blvd., Vir- 
ginia Beach. 



FOLK CCHiCERT 

. "Plant Lore of Colonial 
America," a folk music 
concert, will be offered 
at 12 noon Friday by the 
Biology Clid) of Old Do- 
ffiision University in 
ODU's Arts and Letters 
Awlitorium. Clark Jones, 
guest artist, will present 
songs about the difierert 
roles plants played iaCol- 



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POETRY RECITAL 

A portry recital feat- 
urii^ Spanish actress Su- 
Sana Mara will be keM at 
8 Friday night in Old Do- 
minion University's Te- 
chnology Theatre. Tickrts 
for the pn^ram, spon- 
sored by the Club Hispano' 
Americano de Tidewater, 
will be available at the 
door. 

SCMCOLOV CtMICERT 

Pianist Grigory Sokolov 
will be the guest at a 
Virginia Beach Friends of 
Music Concert 8:30 p.m. 
Friday at Lake Taylor High 
School Auditorium. 1384 
Ktempsville Road, Nor- 
folk. Admission is $2 for 
students and $4 for ad- 
ults. Some free com- 
plementary student tick- 
ets will be dlstrtbuted 
throogb the Virginia B«ich 
Public Schools. 



MCHITESSORI SEMINAR 

A Montessori seminar 
for parents and educators 
in Tidewater will be spon- 
sored 8 p.m. Friday and 
9:30 a.m. Saturday at the 
United Methodist Memor- 
ial Church, 804 Gammon 
Road, Virginia Beach. 
Admission for the Friday 
session is $1.50, and $3.50 
for the all -day Saturday 
session. For information 
call486- 1914 or 427-6921. 
Tickets may t>e purchased 
at the door. 



LIBRARY FILMS 

Virginia Beach Public 
Libraries will show films 
at two branches 11 a.m. 
Saturday. "Pancho,""! Re- 
member" and "Hoarder" 
wiilb^ te^iuM at Wind- 
sor .WaoSs , wtolyicfjnia 
Beach Shows "useless 
Jug" and "Up for the Cup." 



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HAimCAPPQ) 

A traipi^ MffliMT for 
leamliig disiMltties wiU 
be ^i»sored by theScoiA- 
ing for the Handicapped 
Steeriag Committee ^ur- 
day at 1 KU. A the Na- 
val AmpUIAila bse, Lit- 
tle Creek, in BiiiMft|(30S6. 
Adraissioo is 7S eeds to 
cover the «:ost nA nat- 
ertels. For reser^tions 
coDtact Audrey Beasley at 
497-6550. 

rOGACENTES 

A' we^end seminar oo 
Indian classical dance trill 
tie sponsored Saturday aad 
Suwby at the Aquarian Age 
Yoga Center, 620 1«hSt., 
Virginia Beach. Guest 
speaker will be Master 
Sivaram. For more in- . 
formation, trail 4K-9414, 

REGH)RAL BAROS 
CtmCERT 

lite annul Senior and 
Juiior ' Regional Bands 
oMicert wil} be held at 
3 p.m. Sunday in the Prin- 
cess Anne H^h School au- 
ditortum. Tbe baads tai- 
clude 125 yoimgsters se- 
lected in competitive au- 
itioas from Virgtaia 
Beach, Norfolk and Ekst- 
em Shore secondary 
schools. Admission is 
free. 

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"The Planet Mars" will 
t^ the topic for this week's 
planetarium sbow at 7p.m. 
Sunday and Tuesday at 
Plaza Junior High School, 
3O80 Lynnhaven Road. Call 
486-1971 for reservations. 
Admission is free. 

ACCffiENT COUBSE 

Tbe Virginia Beach 
campus of Tidewater Com - 
mifflity CoUege will so is 
offering a tvo-veA bas- 
ic traffic accident inves- 
tigatktn starting Monday. 
Tbe class, sponsored by 
tiie Higiiway Safety Divi- 
sion, is designed for traf- 
fic enforcement officers, 
sifiervisprs and adminis- 
trators. To enroll, contact 
Darryl Sheley, Hiehway 
Safety Training Center, 
Department of Ad- 
ministration of Justice and 
Ptd>lic Safety, Virginia 
Commonwealth Universi- 
ty, 901 W. Franklin St., 
Richmond, Va. 23284. 

hSOBLVaS PANEL 

R^resentatives from 
pro-and anti-abortion or- 
ganizations will be guests 
of the Princess Anne Pla- 
a Civic League 7:30 Tues- 
tby Bigiit at Plaza Jimur 
High School. Rosemary 
Fatrii^liam and Bemice 
Parker trill rein^sent 



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BirthnvM CtiMer, whUe 
Beverlf Atalk and Mary 
Dea^a viU 9Mk la be- 
half of ndeMter Ctali- 
ti<a ctf Frtedm of Choice 
aal ttw SiUerM Cliate. 
TkapropwB vfflL towMe 
talaraitflM afeoalacrtrt^ 
availahte ia adW^ to 
state nd aMmai bi^t«o- 
v^aiaf tte senriMS. A 
quMtioo and aanrer per- 
iod irtO ft>ilo« the pre- 
SMtattavu. 

aiaiACLUB 

The Tidewater chapter 
ot tbe Sierra Cliih will 
travel to RnaoUs Aiurai- 
BttiB KMnjn^Ujf Pla^ aad 
Bvsch Cartas in 
WilUaadwg mA «e^. 
The gn»p will meet at 
9 p.m. FA. 8 ia tmck 
of the Peo|des Itong Store 
ia Souttera ShoppUv Cea- 
ter, Nwfolk. For more 
inform^ion, call Jidtth 
Jutes d 547-2285. 

FAULT naiDf AB 

Family EdMcatitw tf 
Tidewater, a oon-prsfit 
orga n ixa ti o a, will begia 
didy groups Feb. 10 oa 
DreUmr's theory of ^>- 
proacfai^ bmlly life de- 
acKraticaliy. Fee for the 
10-wedc sessions is flS, 
includinf books. Gronps, 
which will meet weekly, 
will be organised for Taes- 
day, Wednesday or Tiwrs- 
day o%Us at 7:30 p.m. 
at Thalia Methodist 
Church. To register call 
Gillian Mathews at 499- 
4435. 



FOR THE RECORD 



DEAN'S UST 

Three Virginia Beach 
students are on the dean's 
list at Belmont Abbey Col- 
lege, Belmont, N.C. Rob- 
ert ibmmy Brlener Jr., 
Richard John Doozell Jr. 
and Gerald Louis Reiiid<eao 
Jr. received at lea^ a 
2.25 average otit of a pos- 
sible 3.00 during the first 
semester. 

HOlKHtARY 
<- FSATEHMITY 

Steven LadertKrg of 
1066 Charity Drive, Vir- 
ginia Beach, was nomin- 
ated to the BeU Siga Si- 
gma Kappa Honorary Fra- 
ternity at the Pennsylvania 
College of 0{rtometry. 

OCEAH PARK W)liAH'S 
CLUB 

Meml>ers of the Ocean 
Park Woman's Club do- 
nated ti handmade lap ro- 
bes to the Sbon Drive Con- 
valescent Home, Virginia 
Beach. Also as part of its 
tome life project, the club 
gave nursing home patients 
slippers. 

MAT FARM CAROCN 
CLUB 

Members of tbe May 
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ly at the U^rs' Gnurt 
Presbyterian Churoh. 
Mrs. John BaiAi» diseos- 
sed "Women (tf tte Bible." 
Tlte CM also s^ F^. 
22 as tltedieatlonlora^y- 
gRMBd tst ]^m dOdm 
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ne PriMess Ane Pla- 
za <^rd«»CW) ct^Msted 
te 1^ inlverMry this 
aoatt «ttb a t«a at the 
hoM» of Mrs. Ctarles Ca- 
^. Eariier in Jtanary, 
eUh members lAttted aad 
deetweed a trM Rh- tte 
Un^ at Princess Aaae 
I^rtt. TTie New Year's tree 
tns ^nfflg wtt cran- 
berries, popcora, ^le 
bread crusts and suet 
balU, aad members plan 
to auke it aa amnal tra- 
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Five Virginia Beach actors frolidced 
(Ml stage Ttjesday for tfie opening per- 
formwice of "Godspell." a seft rock 
musical in a ttiree-week run at thd 
Tidewater Dimer Theatre. Dressed in 
clowm garb for the performance (kneel- 
ing, left to right) are .^1 Nelsc^, 
Oena Bailey and Kattiy Guion. The "»- 
man cast also inc hides (seated, lef^o 
ri#it) O^^ie Etheridge and Carl Bt«^- 
man. 



BRioes 




Andrews - 
Prickett 

Jeaaifn- Aaae PrMMtt 
aad Rev. Mm Itooa Aa- 
drews were amnrictf Jaa. 
4 at Ea^ra JOmv Oapel. 

Thebrite U thedtaiil^- 
tar of Lcdr. aad Mr. Bnee 
L. Pridcett (l»N Ret.)ol 
9M W. Ptaitfatitn Road, 
VliilBia Beach, and the 
groom is the am of Mrs. 
Isaac M. Andrews and the 
late Isaac Andrews of Sa- 
lem. 

Stacy Prickett, tbe 
bride's sister, was the 
aaid of honor. Brides- 
laaids were Susan Brady 
of New York City. Judy 
ReiflDlJwr of Washiagtoa, 
D.C. and Kirk Ro|^r$ of 
Virginia Beach. Lyim Pric- 
ket, tbe brtde's youi^st 
(ister, was flower girl. 



1%e coqde will reside 
ia Alaandria, where the 
gnxNB is a senior at Wes- 
1^ 'Ite>logical Seminary. 
Iks te also yooth director 
at ». JtAn's Methodist 
ChuriA, Sprii^eld. 

lie Inlde is a Junior at 
Oe Amerleaa Uidivni^rfa 
tte School of lotemattonal 
Service, where she is ser- 
riag as presideitf of the 
mder^^uate cabinet. 

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Dani Lanrette Jones and 
James 'nomas Parrish 
were wed Jaa. 25 in a 
family weddlag held at the 
home of a friend. 

The bnde is the laugh- 
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Law- 
mce Jones of Louisville, 
Ky., aid the groom is the 
«» (rf Mr. and Mrs. Thad- 
(teul I^rrish, 1368 Ste- 
phens Road, Virginia 
Beach. 

The c(H4de will reside 
in Vii^iaia Beach. Tbe 
groom is a riadot at Tide- 
water Conmuity CoUege. 



Smith 
engagement 

Mr. and Mrs. kerbert 
DretHir Smith of 2814 Vir- 
ginia Beach Blvd., an- 
Monce tto ^pg^nent of 
their daytaler, Mary Lou, 
to Rrtjert Waime Bo(Aer, 
«H of Mr. and Mrs, Tto- 
mas Alfred Booker of 
Bristol, Tena. 

The couple plans a March 



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22 w^iag at Norview4Jni- 
ted MetlK>dist Church. Nor- 
folk. Reception will take 
place in the church social 
hall. 



Malbon 
engagement 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas 
Maynard Malbon of 8S701d 
Itam Neek Road, Virginia 
Beach, aiuKMfflce the en- 
gagement ottheir darter, 
Amatfa McNeiQ, to Larry 
Ward Ntalstm, son of Mrs. 
Ramfeilph L.Holcomtie a^ 
P^er D, Nealon of Cnesa- 

A March 1 wedding is 
plam^. 

Clapper 
engagement 

Mr. a«l Mrs! C E. 
Cl<4>per of Newport News 
announce the ^agement 
of their daagUer, Tutessa 
Mae, to Michael C. Wood 
tte SOB of Mr. and Mrs., 
William R. Wood, 51M Lo- 
cke Lane, Vlttioia Beach, 

The bride-to-be is a 
graduate of Denbigh High 
Sclnol, and ste is pres- 
ently attemllng Hampton 
Roads Busidess College, 
wtere she is studying to 
be a court reporter. 

Tbe groom -to-te is a 
graduate of Great Bridge 
High School aiKl Christo- 
^r Newport Collie. He 
is presently workiq;onhis 
law degree. 

A late summer wedding 
is placed. 



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bew«y Mull ins, with a pipe anchored 
in his" teeth, rubbed the polished stock 
of the double-barreled Winchester lov- 
ingly. Guns, to the stern-looking gun- 
smith who learned the craft from his 
grandfather in West Virginia, are more 
artwork than fireamns. In his small 
repair shop tucked behind a row of 
businesses alongWirginia Beach Bou- 
levard in London Bridge, Mull ins spends 
hours refurbishir^ gur» that da ta„b^dfe>j 
.^ tN Colonial. *ime^^i^||l,«fl( 
tor took pride in a gun he mac 
self. 



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Udofer' 
foolishness 



staffers at ttie Environmental Protect- 
ion Agency (EPA) and the DuPont Corp. 
must have had some spare time lately. 
A OuPont newsletter has noted that an 
EPA ecologist calculated ^at cows in 
the U.S. annually burp 50 million tons 
of hydrocarbons into the atmosphers. 

That would rank burping cows as the 
number one source of air pollution in 
tte U.S., ^e newsletter reasoned. 

As always, ttiou#i, ttere'sagoodside. 
Ten of those belching Bessies could 
supply enough heat, hot water and cook- 
ing gas for a small home. Witfi today's 
energy shortage, DuPont may be on to 
somettting. 



Mull ins plans to restore a Kentucky 
flint rifle, "the, kind Daniel Boone use4»" 
in addition to making a reproduction of 
the Kentucky piece. The stock of tlw guns 
'are carved from wood, but Mull ins has 
to deperel on his extensive parts col- 
lodion with parts 35 to 40 years old 
inherited from the old man who used 
to run the shop, to get for the metal 
components of the rifle -- or he fas- 
hions the parts himself. 

Some original, restored gun pieces 
are priceless, Mullins said, and those 
that are sold usually cost at least 
$1,000. Other handmade guns vary in 
value, he added, but it varies "ac- 
cording to the man who builds them 
and what he does." Most gunsmiths 
"don't get near as much money as they 
should," MulUre added, "but they get 

j^l^ persona^|ffide." ,.„„,., 

JI^HPc pow<MB|fle ^MMrfkifi ifr ea^ < 
dirtig on in pop^m-ity in the Tidewater 
area, according to Mullins. "It's a 
diallenge and a sport," he explained, 
and there a^e even black powder mat- 
ches for sharpshooters who enjoy stuf- 
fing ttieir own shots into the barrells 
of their rifles. In fact, Mullins added, 
many of the persons interested in blabk 
powder use kits to build their own 
rifles and bring them to the repair shop 
for finishing touches. 

Despite the recent interest in black 
powder shooting and riflery, Mullins 
believes that gunsmithing is becoming 
a <ost art. Few young people seem to 
want to make guns, he said. "They 
don't have the interest; they'd rather 
shoot." 

Mullins, who lives in Pungo with 
his wife, Jane, and their four children, 
also enjoys duck and quail hunting. But 
in the 12 years he has lived in the 
Beach, he has found that hunting, es- 
pecially game birds, has deteriorated. 
Apartments now cover ground where 
Mull in hunted five years ago. He be- 
lieves that future generations will have 
to rely on shooting preserves to enjoy 
the sport. Eventually, he added, he plans 
to move his family bade into the moun- 
tains of west Virginia, "where you can 
still hunt." 




Roving actors to organize 



Troupe slates tryouts 



A fTcnp of raabUne, fancjr-free Virginia Beach 
actors are trying to orgaidEe a roving theatre 
troive wUcb will go to aa^emes throughout the 
Tidewater area for performances. 

Repertoire II, a mobile dinner theatre-style co- 
mpany, will hold tryouts 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at Thalia 
Gardens Apartments Community Lodge oft Bonnfey 
Road in Virginia Beach. 

According to organizer Dee Sbelton, the group 
is looking tor experienced actors willing to put 
most of their free evenings into thi^ -roving theatre 
concept. 

■ The company will split profits wltB revenues di- 
vided among actors and technical personnel. 

"We're looking lor someone who is going to be 
dedicated and work hard," Ms. Sheltoo said. 

The company would work <m several performances 
simultaneously, so It could offer groups a selec- 
tion of three or four comedies and dramas- 

An actor Could jKipect to haire a major role In 
one production, a smaller role in another and a 
backstage responsibilities for a third, she explained. 

"We're asking for pe<q>te with a lot of experience," 
she added. Actors with background In stock theatre 
or other stage exposure are especially needed. 

Repertoire (I organizers are asking prospective 
actors to bring a resume and two 8 x 10 photo- 
graphs with them along with "an abundance of 
enthusiasm and dedication" to the try-outs, Ms 
Shelton said. 

The success of the theatre company will depend 
OB the response next week, she added, "l don't 



know what we're going to get." 

Although tile group would be mobile, Ms. Shelton 
said. Its productions "definitely would be profes- 
sional <^llty." 

She expects the company to start off with comedies, 
then get Into drama later. Because the troupe 
will he traveling with its props and stage sets, 
musicals will not t>e offered. 

Actors and actresses must adapt to different 
stage siies and sets because each, performance 
will be at a different location. 

Ms. Shelton artlcipates that the theatre group 
will make the rounds of military clubs as well 
as country clubs. It would also be available for 
any other group performances. 

Actors interested in signing up can call Ms. 
Shelton at 444-9366 during weekdays, or Hugh Taylor 
at 497-7934'weekday evenings. 



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9 & 10 a.m. Sun. 

Telephone: 497-089Q 



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Little Sasle craicluded her; 

prayer by saying:' "Dear; 

God, before I finish, please ; 

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btke CUrk's (»le« of tfce 
CUiarit e^wt of tte Ctty (tf 
Vir^iA BMch, oe OeZlst 
dtjefJUMTjr, 191$. 
iMier L o KMne , 

Sntoa Carrt -FontaiDe 

KUm. 

OeiMdiid. 

The a)4Mt (rf ttU s«it 
is to a divorce A Ueosa 
Et tkoro from tte aid 
defeactaBt, vnathefronMls 
oldesertioe. 

And uialttda«tthavimbeen 
made and flM ttat the de- 
feBtant^is-o^ aoB-resideot 
<tf Hie ^te ol Viifiida, 
ttw list knowD post office 
address beiic 1051 Bark 
areet, Bristd. Mkssacta- 
setts it is ordered tint ste 
do appear, here wlthiB ten 
(10) days after dee pd>U- 
catioo bereat, aaddovhat 
nujr be aecessar; to pro- 
tect her interest in tiiis 
att. 

A on-Teste: JOHN Y. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Larry Wise, p.q. 
P.O. Box 1SU2 
Ckraapeake, Viifioia 

23320. ^ 

Jan. 29, Feb. 5, 12. 19 4t 



xSlit ^y ot JaMtry, II'K. 
Carol Hm Dwditei, 
PUiatifr, 
mUost 
RohHt Wayie Daudston, 

n* flh^ct ol Udx ndt 
is to oMala a Avoree A 
Vlaado MalriimBU fron 
the satditefeBdaiit,«»the 
frovato or two (^ year 
separatioB. 

And an affldavft hav- 
ioB tieen made aad filed 
that due tUl^eace has been 
used hy and OB behalf of 
the plaiaMir to ascerial a 
in what cointi jorcMrpotA- 
tioBtlted^e«leirtU.witt- 
oot e^ct, the last known 
post office address Is: c/0 
Mrs. Marion A. Crawford, 
11 SriMi%a» Ct. Pwts- 
noQth, Virfiida it is 
ordered that he do appear 
here within ten (10) days 
after due publicatiODhere- 
(tf , and do wlait may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in tUs suit. ■ 
A copy-Teste: JfOHM V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
JOHN M CLOUD 
lOSTheMaU 
Janaf Shopinni Center 
Norfolk, Virciida 2»02 

Jan. 29, FA. 5, 12 19 4t 



Doreu^ Maria retaeitt 

Fnas-, 

Defewtant. 

The object of tUssM is 
^d)tainA«t«%cAVtn- 
ode U^taMil SwB tte 
anU itfwrtiiil. 4PII te 
trooads of two year mie 
Aad an afOdaMt faavlag heM 
Bade Md tUad ttat tte 
Meadaat is Mn-rMidMt 
of tte Stete of Virciaia, 
the last known p(^ office 
address beinf: 119 De Ar- 
■Mnt Parkway, Ptttslwigh, 
Panasyln^ it is mdered 
ttat Ae do appear here 
w}ttin t« (10) (kys after 
dwt pobUcatloa hereof, and 
do what may be aeeeasary 
to protect her iiAenst in 
this salt. 

A copy-TMte: KKH V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Morris R. Fine, p.q. 
ISO Law BtfHdbv 
Norfolk, Viniaia 2SI0 

^n. 29, Feb. 5, }^ 1* « 



« ittvoree A MEISA ET 
TB(M3 oil the,^oaad* erf 
deset^M andaflmyltltaT- 
•iai been made saU de- 
•Jendairt is acA a resident 
of IM sua of Wrgiaia, 
i^) Is her^ nqaired 
to ^ipear within ten days 
after doe priilicatioa here- 
of aad de what m«y be ne- 
cessary to protect ^her) 
interests. It isorderMthat 
Ms order be pnUlihed 
once a metk fU- foor see- 
cessive weeks in Oe Vir- 
{inla Beach Sim a news- 
pqicr haftsf agtaeralcir- 
colatlon in BUs City. 
TESTE: JOHN V. FENT- 
RES, CLERK 
Loiris Brenner p.q. 
330 Va. Fed. BMg. 
IHirtsmoath, Va. 23104 

Jan. 29, Feb. S, 12, 19. 4t 



^mtmrn briai: 11103 1st 
gtreet ^at. Raddtaitea 
Anw, fiortla tt t« or- 
d^eo tlU ha do vpaer 
h«e «^ tan (10) days 
after dne pMieatka here- 
of, aad do whM Bwyte 
nacesary to protect lus 
iBlerest la this swit. 
A eent-Teirte: JOHN V. 
FEMTR^: CLERK 
PkkM. S^tii 4 Lyie. p.q. 
P.Q. Bon lit! 
TtretaU Bench. Vlrflria 
23492 

Jan. 29. Feb. S, 12, 19 4t 



5(K a«waeeareM,Corpwi 
Chrtstle, Tens, it is m-- 
dentf ttit she'do vprar 
here within ten (10) teys 
after dne pahUcatMi ^re- 
(rf, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest tai tUs satt. 
A copy-TMte: JOHN V. 
FEirraE^: CLERK 
Bririg«s, Rammers A Hnd- 
|tt».P-q- 

Jan. 22, », Feb. 5. IE, 4t 



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FENiniS: CLEIOC 
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miMeftrMt 
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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
In the Clerk's Office oftbe 
Circuit Court of the Ctty 
of VtrKinia Ben^ on One 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 21st 
day of January, 1975. 
Keweth D. Eraser. 
Plaintiff, 
^taiast 



ORDER OF PUBUCAHON 
VntGIMIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 

OHCunr COURT of "niE 

CITY Of VA. BEACH, ON 
THE 17th DAY OF JAN- 
UARY, 1975 

MARTIN KEITH SALASKY, 
Complainant, 
»s. I, 

TERRY N. SALASKY, 
Defendant. 

IN CHANCERY 
The cdtject of Oiis suit 
is for the complainant to 
obtain from the defendant 



Omm OF PUBLICATION 

b tte Clerk's Ofn<» (rf the 

Circtft Court <rf Oe City 

of Viqpbiia Beach, on the 

21st day of Jlmary, 1975. 

Mary Ann Harris Best- 

pttch, 

Ptaintiff, 

aninst "% 

Wlliaffl Thomas Bestpitch, 

D^radut. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce A Vin- 
odo MatTinonli from the 
said defendant, upon the 
groands of desertioa. 
And aa affidavit having been 
mnte and filed that the 
defendant is anon-residort 
of the SUte of VirginU, 
his last know post office 



(HtDER Of PinUCATION 

IB ttM Clerk's Office ot the 

Circnlt Court of the City 

of ViriUria Beech, on ttte 

Mthdaf (rfJannary, 1975. 

Robert Frtaeis Blame, 

PUiattfl, 

against 

Bertha FerseadM Ajnla 

Blowe, 

D^ea&id. 

.The oi^ect of Ms sdt 
Is to ohUa a^ttvw-Mavin- 
eak) BuMaMWil fron the 
said ddndnt, upon the 
groands of two jmars se- 
paratlOB. 

Aad aaiiDitavtthaviBgbcen 
made aad lUod that the de- 
fendant Is a aon-rMident 
of the Sate of Vin^^ and 
due dil^eace Insbeeaesed 
by or oabrtalfoffliesald 
Complaiaut to ascertain 
in whi^ eoudy or cor- 
poratioB Oe saU ddendant 
is, wiOnrt etlect, the last 
known pcwt office being: 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's OSUm ^ the 

Circdt Court of the City 

of Virgil Beach, cm Uie 

Itth day <rf Jannary, 1975. 

Janet Gayle Daniels 

Schaeter, ' ^ 

Plai/rtUf, 

unlut 

Vi<^Hr Raymond Scheeler, 

Deteaita^. 

The o^ect of this suit 
is to elitein a divorce a 
mmsa et thoro from the 
said itefeitent, ivon the 
grounds irf (teserttm. 
And an affitevit having been 
BMde and filed that due 
iHUgence tas been used 
l9 w ia behalf of the Com- 
plainant to ascertain in 
which county or corpora- 
titn the defendant is, witb- 
mA ^ect, the last known 

a Office address being: 
^r Motor AjMrt- 
nmt, Virginia Beach it is 
ordered that be do appear 
here within ten (10) <bys 
after due pubUcatlM here- 
of, and (to wlttt maybe 



mum OF PUBUCAT»N 

C(W)MNiwMlth ct Virginia 

In the CleriE's Office (rfthe 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Virgittia Beach, on tl» 

17th (toy Irf Jamary. 1975. 

iMT^m K. Roes, 

PlaiatW, 

against 

Gorfta F. HwAtes, 



The m^ irfttUHrit 
is to ohteta a decree cans- 
lag a parWtoa aad sale 
td NiiaiB poper^ loca- 
ted la the mais of Vir- 
gioia described as 2321 
Grat NedrCtreleVlitiua 
BMch,Vin^tfa. 
And an tfStevit hhv 
ing be«i nude ud ffled 
that the dtiwtairt Is a 
non-resiteat of tte State 
of ViEftala, tte laatkaowa 
post office iddr«M bdag: 
Box 1193, Isl«w»ide. 
Florida 3»36 tt U order- 
ed that be do vpear here 
within ten (lOi&f after 
doe pd>lieation hereof, and 
do what may be nectary 
to protect his interest in 
this suit. 

A copy-Terte: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Decker, Zoby, CoUias A 



ORDER OF PUBLICATTON 

In tte Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court a tte City 

of Viiftnia BeniA, on tte 

13t h 4n| erf Jawtty. It75. 

JoM^B~7rai« Rhodes, 

Platetifr, 

attest 

&saa Petock Rhodes, 

Defendant. 

The ob^t o< tMa salt 
U to (Mdn a divorce a 
^aa et th«v bi» tte 
said d^ndaitf, i*0B the 
graati of deMrttoa ttet 
oeoirred oi S^temter 27, 
1174. 

Aad aa«ndtvtthivtaike«i 
■Mde aad AM Mat tte 
Meadaa* is aaon- tiiatdaB t 
a tte ^te of Vir^te, 
tte laM tammpest office 
adfresa b^: c/o Hury 
km AAuas, MMwr fiSfi 
Trenton Satd, Falrtaa 
HiUs, P«msylmda U is 
ordered tttf *e do Qpear 
here wt^ tea (W) ^ys 
aftM- dae piMeMon hM«- 
of, aad do what nay be 
aecetaan to prote^ ter 
Urterert to Oda «dt. 
A eonr-Ti^e: JOBM V. 
FBITRQS, CLERK \ 

GoUUatt, L^Ua, Cohen, 

104 (tee IWa Plasa East 
Norfttt, Virgiida 

Jan. 2Z, 29, Feb. S, 12, 4t 




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ntm pf ^m Clmifldd Adst On* ghwic* at tfw 
pages in tfiis remarkable secten mil r«mrt to 
you the hundreife of diff««nt iwiys tfwy an 
working . . . eiMry d^ . . . for io many of ^Mir 
f rieiHfc and neigMMrs. You'n find items of tveiy 
desa-ipHon fw t^ here. And like our pNtty 
lady 1^, it's to Msy to place ymr Clmtftod 
M. Om (rfione 1^1 doM iti Our courteous^ 
ViMTi will te ghd to Mp ymi in wordii^ your 
ad M> tt»t yoM ean be ewired of JmiMdiMB 
respcmse. lik» a ploie tort aroimd yam Immm 
today for itens tfiat you no Iw^m^ need. TNm 
turn tfwm into onh i^idchf by calling this 
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ORDER 
VIRGINIA: IM THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
Cmr OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH, ON THE 15th DAY 
OF January, 1915. 
ta re: A dcMtion of Nicho- 



Us Geoiie Angelos. 
By: Ikmuel Lyie Cralam, 
n, and Catherine Lee Gra- 
ham Petitioners " 
To: George Nicholas An- 
celos 

2100 S.W. 23rt Terrace, 
Flamingo Park 
Ft, Lauderdale, Florida 

Ili Chancery 

lAChaaeery 

This dajr caiae &muel 
Lyle Graham, UI aod Ca- 
therine Lee Graham, Pe- 
titioners, and represented 
that the object of this pro- , 
ceeding Is to effect the 
wk^on of the atmve named 
itfant, Nicholas George 
Aai^m, by Samwl Lyle 
Graham, III and Catherine 
Lee Graham, husband and 
wife, ami affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
George Nicholas Angelos, 
a natnral parent of said 
child, is a ndn-resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
tfce last known post of- 
fice address being: ZlOOi 
S.W. 23rd Terrace, Fla- 
mingo Park, Ft. Lauder- 
dale, Florida 33312, 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said George Ni- 
cbolas Angelos appear be- 
fore this Court within ten 
(10) days after publication 
of this Order and indi- 
cate his attitude toward 
the proposed a^c^tion, or 
otherwise do what is ne- 
cessary to prefect his in- 
terwt in this matter. 
A c<vy teste: 

Jota V. Fentress, Clerk 
Donald A. Rhodes p.q. 
52S Pembroke One Build- 
ing 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 
23462 

Jan. 22, 29, Feb. 5, 12 4t 



Defendant. 

fbe 4^ct a UM wit 
is to iMrfain a ittvorct a 
menu et ^oro ftvB.te 
said defsMaat, v$im tte 
grounds of desertioi. 
And an affidavit havlBC been 
Made and OM Ourt flw 
Mendant is ama-i«sid«Bt 
of the SUte tf Virfiote, 
the last known post office 
i^ress bcti^: 4192 lian- 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court pf the City 

of Virginia Beach, on tbe 

13tb day of January, 1975. 

Ilaloilm Wayi^ Stallard, 

PlataUff. 

against 

Cynthia Marie Parks Stal- 

,lard. 

fdefradairt. 

Th« object of this sint 
Is to obi^in a divorce a 
mvosa et tboro later to be 
merged into a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant upon the 
grounds of desertion. 
And an affidavit ha vii% been 
made and flled that due 

' diligence tas been used 
by or in behalf of tbe com- 
plainant to ascertain in 
which county or corpora- 
tion the defendant is. with- 
out effect, the last known 
post office address being: 
618 Atlantic Avemie, Vir- 
ginia Beach, Virginia it is 
ordered that she do appear 
here within ten (10) days 

' after due publication here- 
of, and do what may tie 

. necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 

: A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 

: FENTRESS, CLERK 
Arthur C. Ermlich 

: Suite 210 AUantic Natl Bk 

; Bl<%. 
415 Saint Pauls Blvd. 
Norfolk, Va. 

Jan. 22, 29, Feb. 5, 12, 4t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
; In the Clerk's Office of the 
f Circuit Court of the City of 
''J Virginia Beach, on the 9th 
day of January, 1975. 
R^ Edith GillUm, 
PlainUfl, 
against 

Walter Jean Gilliam, 
Defendant. 

The iri>ieet of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of two years se- 
paration. 

Awl an affidavit having been 
made and filed that due di- 
ligence has been used by 
or in behalf of the Com- 
plainant to ascertain in 
which county or corpm-a- 
, tion the defendant is, with- 
out effect, the last known 
post office address being; 
Honey Grove Road, Vir- 
ginia Beach, Virginia it is 
ordered that he do aj^ar 
here within ten (10) days 
after due pulication hereof, 
and (to what may Jk ne- 
cessary to protect his in- 
terest in this suit. 
A ccw-Teste: JOHN V 
FENTREffi: CLERK 
Broyles, McKenry & Gor- 
ry, Atty. 

Pacific 'Ave, * 35th St. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

Jan. 15, 22, », FA. 5 4t 



lartta Drive; I^ mm, 
California H Is ordered 
that she do ai^ear tere 
wittrin ten (10) days after 
doe pabllcation hereof, aod 
do what may be Meessary 
to protect her Interest ia 
this suit. 

A cqpy-Teste: JCMIN V. 
FENTRESS: CLESK 
Richard. G. Bry<^es, p.q. 
1369 Laskln Ro^ 
Virgihla Beach, Va. 23451 

Jan. 15, 21, 29, Feb. 5 4t 



omm OF PUBLICATKW 

In the Clerk's Office (tf 

the Circuit Co«rt of the City 

of Virginia BMch, on the 

Itthday otJanaary, 1975. 

Gleen Adrian Hunter, 

Phintiff, 

a«itest 

Dortha Lavem McGowah 

Hunter, 

Defendant. 

Tbe <*ject of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
tbe said defendant, iqwn 
tbe grounds of 2 years 
separaticHD. 

An! an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is a non-resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
address being: SOS 160th 
Terrace Drive, Redington 
Beach, Florida it is 
ordered that she do appear 
here within ten (10) days 
after due publication here- 
of, and do what may be 
necessary to prrtect her 
interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Btmch t Swanner 
456S Va. Beach Blvd., 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23462 

Jan. 15, 22, 29, Feb. 5 4t 



ORDER OF PUBLICA'nON 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of Uie City 

of Virginia Beach, on the 

6th day of January, 1975. 

Charles Franklin Riley, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Jane Elizabeth Riley, 

Defendant. 

The object ,of this suit 
is to 4)Main a divorce a 
mensa et tboro from the 
said defendant, upon tbe 
grounds of desertion. 
And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the de- 
fendant is a non-resi<tefit 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
address being: c/o Sier- 
bome House, Sherborne, 
near Cheltenham, Glou- 
cester, England, G1543DZ 
it is ordered that she do 
a^iear here within ten (10) 
days after due pidiUeatloo 
hereof, and do wiat may 
be necessary to prrtect 
her interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Robert Lee Simpson, Atty. 
SSOO Va. Bmeb, Blvd. 
Virginia B^ch, Virginia 

Jan. 15, 22. 19, Feb. 5 it 



£»DER OF PUBUCATION 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Ccwrt of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 9th 
day of January, 1975. 
Charles O. Rice, 
PlaMiff, 
^ptet 
nami p. Rice. 



CRDER OFPUBLICATK)N 
VIRGIOTA: « THE CIR- 
CUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF BIRGINIA 
BEACH ON THE 8TH DAY 
3F JANUARY 1975. 
In the matter of the adop- 
tion of Patricia Ann With- 
row and change of name to 
Patricia Ann McCabe 
IN CHANCERY 
NO. C-74-1809 

This day came tbe pe- 
titioners airf represented 
imto the Court that the ob- 
ject of this proceedii^ is 
to effectuate the adoption 
of the above-named indi- 
vidual by John Francis Mc 
Cabe and Margaret Brad- 
ley McCabe, husband and 
wife, and to chaise the 
name of said infant to Pa- 
tricia Ann McCabe, ^ af- 
fidavit having been made 
and filed that the petition- 
ers verily state that tbe 
natural t»rents of said 
child are unavailable aiMJ 
that tbeir whereabouts are 
uknown and that the last 
known address of the na- 
tural lather, IMvid Louts 
Withrow.,UI, was the Vir- 
ginia State PenitCTtiary, 
500 Spring Stre^, Ricb- 
mowl, Virginia and that 
tbe last known atMress of^ 
the natural mother, Lily 
Colmn Wlthrow, Is nn 
kmim to ]mir petitioners, 
it is accordii^ly. 

ADJUDGED, (XIDERED 
and DECREED that the na- 
tural parents of Patricia 
Ann Wittrow, namely Dav- 
id Louis Withrow, III and 
Lily ColeM Withrow, ap- 
pear tsefore this Court 
within ten days after |xib- 
lication of this order and 
indicate their attitnde to- 
ward tbe proposed «^- 
tion or otterwise (to wtat 
is necessary to protect 
their interestl hereto. 

R is further (Ma>ERED 



that tto foregoing portfcMi 
of this ordto be pMished 
once a meA tor fMT suc- 
cessive weeks in the Vir* 
glnia Beach Sun, a news- 
paper having general cir- 
eoiatlon in the Tidewater, 
Virginia area. 
I ASK FOR THIS: 
Howill K Clarke 

Jan. 15, 22, 29, Feb. 5 4t 



aSBm OP PUBLICATION 

b the Clerk's Office of tbe 

Circuit Court of tbe City 

of VlTfii^ Beadi, on the 

Ub day of January, 1975. 

R<^rt tleodore Miller, 

Plaintifl, 

acting 

JuMt Marie Miller, 

IMMKtant. 

He object of this suit 
is to iMaitt a divorce a 
vlneolo matrimcmii from 
tbe said defendant, upon the 
gronnds of 2 years se- 
paration. 

And an affidavit having been 
ottde and flled that the 
defendant is anon-resident 
ottheSUteotfVininia.the 
last kaown post office ad- 
dress being; 792 Terroino 
Av^ue, Long Beach, Ca- 
lifornia it is ordered that 
aie dne an>ear here within 
ten (10) days after due 
poblication hereof, and, do 
vdiat may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Morphy k Bemett, Ltd. 

Jon. 15, 22, 29, Feb. 5 4t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
Virginia 
VIRGINU 

IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE 
OF THE JUVENILE AND 
DOMESTIC RELATIONS 
COURT OF THE CITY OF 
VIRGIHIA BEACH, ON 
THE 6th DAY OF JAN- 
UARY, 1975. 

COMMONWEALTH OF 
VIRGINIA 

In re: Michael James 
Bottoms 

The object <rf this pro- 
ceeding is to separate the 
oliove named infant, child 
of Ed ^ringer 4i Cwnie 
R.C. Bottoms, permanent- 
ly from its parent, 
parents, or guardian and 
to commit said infant to 
the care and custody of 
the Virginia Beach Depart- 
ment of Social Services 
with the right of said agen- 
cy to consent to the in- 
fant's adoption. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
Ed ^ringer & Connie R. 
C. Bottoms are a proper 
party to this proceeding 
but due diligence has been 
used to ascertain in what 
county or corporation he 
is, without effect, it is 
ORDERED that Ed Sprin- 
ger A Connie R. C. Bot- 
toms do appear here with- 
in 10 days after due pub- 
licaticm hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect their interest in 
this suit. 

A COPY TESTE: Gei-ald 
F. WiUiams, Clerk 
Virginia Dowdy 
Va. Beach Dept. of Social 
Services Petitioner 
Kathy S. Brothers 
Di^Nlty Clerk 

Jan. a, 15, 22, 29 4t 



ORDER OF PUBLICA'nON 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Cwirt of the City of 

Virginia Beach, on the 3rd 

<toy of January, 1975. 

Patricia C. Bronson, 

Plaintiff. 

against 

Thomas Lee Brons4», 

Defendant. 

Tbe (^ect of this suit is 
to otrtaln a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the 
fromids of desertion. 
And on affidavit having been 
made and filed that due 
diligence has been used by 
or in behalf of the Com- 
plainant to ascertain in 
which county or «»r- 
poratton the defendant is, 
vitbont effect, the last 
known po^ cMce address 
being: 40a-F Decatur 
Drive, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia it is ordered that 
te do appear here within 
ten (10) (tays after due 
publication heretrf, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his Interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Osie H. Gay, Jr. 
2871 River Road 
Va. Beach, Va. 



Jan 8, IS, 22, 29 4t 



^ 01 



(rf the State of Virginia, the 
last knovn post office 
address beii^: 574 44th 
Sreet, Brooklyn, New York 
11220 it is ordered that be 
do appear here within ten 
(10) days after due publi- 
cation hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to pro- 
tect Us interest io this 
stdt. 

A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRFJgJ: CLERK 
Osie H. Gay, Jr. Atty. 
2871 River Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

Jan. 6. is. 22. 29 4t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATKIN 
tbe Clerk's Office of the 
Ircult Cwirt of the City of 
Virginia B«ich, on the Srd 
<by of January, 1975. 
Christina Kay Linde, 
plaintiff, 
ipiiost 

Raadol|« E. Linde, 
Defendart. 

The db^t (rf this wit 
is to (Main a divorce a 
m«asa et ttoro, to be later 
■ei^ed into a divorce a 
vb^o matrimonii from 
m said defendant, upon the 
gron^ of fcserticn. 
And anaflMavittavingb^n 
mie aMlffl^i that the dc- 
Mdut is I M»-resk^t 



NOTICE OF PUBLIC 
HEARING 

The Virginia Beach Plan- 
ning Commission will hold 
a Public Hearing on Tues- 
day, February 11, 1975, 
at 1:00 p.m. in the Coun- 
cil Chambers of the Ad- 
ministration Building, 
Princess Anne Court- 
bouse, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia. The following ap- 
plications will appear on 
the agenda: 

Subdivision Variance - Ap- 
peal from Decisions of Ad- 
ministrative Officers in 
regard to certain elements 
of the Subdivision Ordin- 
ance. Subdivision for Otis 
and Doris Gregg. Proper- 
ty located on W. Little Neck 
Road. Plats with more in- 
formation are available in 
the Department of Plan- 
ning. 

REFERRED BACK TO 
PLANNING COMMISSION.- 
BY CITY COUNCIL ON 
JANUARY 13, 1975: 

1. Petition by resolution 
"of the Council of the City 

of Virginia Beach to es- 
tablish an Historic and 
Cultural District on cer- 
tain property described as 
beginning at a point 450 
feet more or less West 
of Little Neck Road and 
running a distance of 290 
feet along the South side 
of Virgiida Beach Boule- 
vard, running a distance of 
460 feet along the Wes- 
tern property line, run- 
ning a distance of 250 feet 
aloi^ the Southern prop- 
erty line and running a 
distance of 320 feet along 
the Eastern property line 
(said parcel contains 2.1 
acres more or less) and 
to classify the property 
known as Rose Hall as an 
historical site deemed de- 
sirable for preservation. 
Plats with more detailed 
information are available 
in the Department of Plan- 
ning. (Princess Anne 
Plaia-Groveland Park- 
Belle Haven Area). 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 
DEFERRED FOR 60 DAYS 
BY PLANNING COMMIS- 
SION ON DECEMBER 10, 
1974: 

2. Petition of Urban Sys- 
tems Development Cor- 
pdration for a Change of 
Zoning District Classifi- 
cation from B-1 Business 
Residential District toB-2 
Community Business Dis- 
trict on certain property 
located at tbe Northwest 
intersection of Proposed 
False Cape Parkway and 
Atwoodtown Road, running 
a distance of 425 feet along 
the North side of Poposed 
False Cape Parkway and 
runnii^ a distance of 40O 
feet along the West side > 
of Atwoodtown Road, run- 
ning a distance of 425 feet 
along the Northern prop- 
erty line and running a 
distance of 400 feet^long 
the Western property line. 
Said parcel contains 4 
acres more or less. Plats 
with more detailed infor- 
mation are available in 
the Department of Plan- 
ning. (Lagomar Area). 
PRINCESS ANNE BOR- 
OUGH. 

3. Petition of Url)an Sys- 
tems development Corp- 
oration for a Change of 
Zoning District Classifi- 
cation from R-4 Re- 
sidential District to B-2 
Community Business Dis- 
trict on certain property 
located on the North side 
of Pressed False Cape 
Parkway beginnii^ at a 
point 425 feet more or less 
West of Atwoodtown Road 
ant running a distance of 
850 feet almg the South- 
ern property line of which 
425 feet is the North side 
of Pn^sed False Cape 
Parkway, running a dis- 
tance of 850 feet along the 
Western property line, 
running a distance of 1500 
feet more or less along 
the Northern property line 
and runni^ a distance of 
400 feet along the East- 
em pn^rty line. Said 
rarcel contains 9 acres. 
Plats with more detailed 
information are available 
in the Ete^^rtment of Plan- 
dli%. (Lagomar Ar^). 
PRINCESS ANNE BOR- 
OUGH. 

4. Petition of Urban Sys- 
tems I^velopmMt Cor- 
poration for a Ctaage of 
Zonii^ District Classi- 
fication from R-4 Resi- 
dential District to R-9Re- 
sidentiai Townhouse Dis- 
trict on certain property 
located on the West side 
(rf Atwoodtown R(^d be- 
glnati^ at a point 400 feet 
North of Proposed Fal- 
se Cape Parkway, running 
a distance of 2700 feet 
more or less al«^ the 
Eastern pn^erty line, 



rumung a distance of 1500 
feet more or less along 
the Northern property line, 
runDlie a distance of 1750 
feet more or less aloi^ the 
Western property line and 
runnii% a distance of 900 
feet more or less along 
the Southern pn^rty line. 
Said parcel contains 62 
acres (modified from 27 
acres). Plats with more 
detailed i nf ormation are 
^available in the Depart- 
ment of Planning. (Lago- 
mar Area). PRINCESS 
ANNE BOROUGH. 

5, Petition of Urban Sys- 
tems Development Cor- 
poration for a Chaise of 
Zoning District Classifi- 
cation from R-4 Residen- 
tial District to R-5 Re- 
sidential District on cer- 
tain property beginning at 
a point 850 feet West of 
Atwoodtown Road, run- 
ning a distance 2342.64 
feet almig the North side 
of Proposed False Cape 
Parkway, runnirq; a dis- 
tance of 2300 feet more 
or less along the Wes- 
tern property line, run- 
ning a distance of 2100 
feet more or less along the 
Northern property line and 
running a distance of 2950 
feet more or less along the 
Eastern property line. Said 
parcel contains 149 acres 

i modified from 187 acres). 
>lats with more detailed 
information are available 
in the Department of Plan- 
ning. (Lagomar Area). 
PRiNtESS ANNE BOR- 
OUGH. 

6. Petition of Urban Sys- 
tems Development Cor- 
poration for a Change of 
Zoning District Classifi- 
cation from R-4 Residen- 
tial District to R-5 Re- 
sidential District on cer- 
tain property beginning at 
a point 700 feet more or 
less South of Pressed Fa- 
lse Cape Parkway and run- 
ning a distance of 3200 
feet more or less along 
the West side of Atwood- 
town Road, running a dis- 
tance of 2230 feet more 

or less alnnir the Crarft.".— 

property line and running 
a distance of 2450 feet 
more or less aloi^ the 
Western property line. 
Sid parcel contains 154.1 
acres (modified from 153.9 
acres). Plats with more 
detailed information are 
available in the Depart- 
ment of Planning. jLago- 
mar Area). PRINCESS 
ANNE BOROUGH. 

7. Petition of Urban Sys- 
tems Development Cor- 
poration for a Change of 
Zoning Disfrict'^-Classi- 
fication from B-2 Com- 
munity Business District 
to R-4 Residential District 
on certain property begin- 
ning at a point 679.64 feet 
Southeast of Entrada 
Drive, running a distance 
of 1150 feet along the Sou- 
thern property line of 
which 950 feet is tbe North 
side of Sandbridge Road, 
running a distance of 670 
feet more or less along the 
Eastern property line, 
running a distance of 1380 
feet more or less along 
the Northern property line 
and running a distance of 
600 feet along the Wes- 
tern property line. Said 
parcel contains 16 acres 
(modified from 27.3 ac- 
res). Plats with more de- 
tailed information are 
available in the De- 
partment of Planning. (La- 
gomar Area). PRINCES 
ANNE BOROUGH. 

8. Application of Urban 
Systems Development 
Corporation for a Condi- 
tional Use Permit for a 
golf course and accessory 
recreational uses on cer- 
tain property located at 
the Northeast comer of 
Atwoodtown Road and Pro- 
posed False Cape Park- 
way, running a distance of 
3200 feet along the South- 
ern property line of which 
2100 feet more or less 
is the North side of Pro- 
posed False Cape Park- 
way, running a distance 
of 3280 feet more or less 
along the Eastern property 
line, (City of Virginia 
Beach Canal), running a 
distance of 3550 feet more 
or less along the North- 
ern property line and run- 
ning a distance of 3350 
feet along the Western pro- 
perty line. Said parcel con- 
tains 200 acres (modified 
from 161 acres). Plats with 
more detailed information 
are available in the De- 
partment of Planning. (La- 
gomar Area). PRINCESS 
ANNE BOROUGH. 

9. Application of Colonial 
Stores, Inc., for the dis- 
conUnuance, closure and 
abaodoment of a pdrticm 
of aith Street beginning 
at the Western tKnoKlary 
of Arctic Avenue and ex- 
tending in a Westerly dir- 
ection to the Eastern boun- 
dary of Baltic Avenue 

rlly Road). Said street 
60 feet in width and 
contains 29,(X)0s<piarefeet 
more or less as slwwn 
on Map of Central Park, 
Inc. Plats with more de- 
tailed Informatlai are 
available in the Dc|Hrt- 
ment of Plannii^. VIR- 
GINIA BEACH W)ROUGH. 

10. AH>lication of Colonial 
Stores, Inc., for the dis- 
continuance, closure and 
al»ndomettt of an unnamed 
20-foot alley or lane be- 
gtnning at a point 140 feet 



South of tte Swthwest in- 
tersectlM of 29th Street 
and Arctic Avenge aadroB- 
ning in a Westerly dir- 
ectlM to the EastembOM- 
dary of Holly tUmi (Bal- 
tic Avenue). Said lane con- 
tains 7800 square feet 
more or less as shown 
on Map of Central Park, 
Inc. Plats with more de- 
tailed information are 
available in the Depart- 

ment o f PU imii^r^ISGIN 

IA BEACH BOROUGH... 
DEFERRED 30 DAYS BT 
PLANNING C0MMISSK3N 
ON JANUARY 14, 1975: 

11. Petition of MAM In- 
vestment Corporation by 
Grover C. Wright, Jr. At- 
torney, for a Change «rf 
Zoning District Classifi- 
cation from A-1 Apartment 
District to B-4 Resort 
Commercial District on 
property beginnii^ at a 
point 70 feet North of 20th 
Street running a distance 
of 130 feet alor^ the Eas- 
tern property line of which 
60 feet is the West side 
of Arctic Avenue, running 
a distance of 210 feetalong 
tbe Northern property line, 
running a distance of 130 
feet along the Western pro- 
perty line and running a 
distance of 210 feet along 
the Southern property line 
of which 100 feet is tbe 
North side of 20th Street. 
Said parcel contains 0.45 
acre more or less. VIR- 
GINIA BEACH BOROUGH. 

12. Application of M&M 
Investment Corporation by 
Srover C. Wright, Jr. At- 
torney, for the discontin- 
uance, closure and aban- 
doment of a portion of 
a 20- foot alley located in 
Block 44, Map No. 6, Vir- 
ginia Beach Development 
Co., beginning at the Wes- 
tern boundary of Arctic 
Avenue and running in a 
Westerly direction a dis- 
tance of 340 feet. Said 
parcel contains 680 
square feet. VIRGINU 
BEACH BOROUGH. 
REGULAR AGENDA 
CHANGE OF ZONING DIS- 
TRICT CLASSIFICATIONS 

13. Petition of Urban Sys- 
tems Development Corp- 
oration for a Change of 
Zoning District Classi- 
fication from B-2 Com- 
munity Business District 
to R-5 Residential District 
beginning at a point 1629. 
64 feet Southeast of En- 
trada Drive, running a dis- 
tance of 670 feet along the 
Western property line, 
running a distance of 600 
feet along the Northern 
property line, running a 
distance of 694 feet altwg 
the Eastern pnyerty line 
and running a distance of 
8^ feet along tbe South- 
em property line which 
is the North side of Sand- 
bridge Road. Said parcel 

'cwtains 11.3 acres. Plats 
with more detailed infor- 
mation are available in 
the department of Plan- 
ning. (Lagomar Area). 
PRINCESS ANNE BOR- 
OUGH. 

14. Petition of Lake Brad- 
ford Corporation for a 
Change of Zoning District 
Classification from A-1 
Apartnient District to A-3 
Apartnient District loca- 
wi on property on the 
East side of Pleasure 
House Road beginning at 
a point 400 ffeet more or 
less South of North Green- 
well Road, and across from 
Old Harris Lane, running 
a distance of 273.25 feet 
along the East side of Plea- 
sure House Road, nmniiv 
a distance of 790 feet along 
the Northern property liiie, 
running a distance of 273. 
25 feet along tbe Eastern 
property line and running 
a distance of 790 feetaloig 
the Southern prq)ertyline. 
Said parcel contains 4.89 
acres. (Bradford Terrace 
Area). 

BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

15. PeUtion of T. E. Hur- 
ley for a Change of Zon- 
ing District Classlfica- 
ticm from R-6 Residential 
District to A-4 Apartm«it 
District on certain pro- 
perty located on the East 
side of Matt Lane and at 
the Eastern extremity of 
Garden Drive, running a 
distance of 137.40 feet 
al<M« the East side of Matt 
Lane, running a distance of 
133.56 feet akmg tbe Nor- 
thern property line, run- 
ning a distance of 137.42 
feet along the Eastern pro- 
perty line and ruuiag a 
distance of 135.60 feet 
aloi% tbe Southern pro- 
perty line. Said parcel con- 
tains 18,500 square feet 
more or less, and is known 
as "Un-numbered Parcel, 
Plat "A' of Additknal 
Utfs, West Oceana Gar- 
dens. (West Ocmna Gar- 
dens Area). LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH. 

STREET CUBURE 
16. Application of the Es- 
tate of R. Stanley Osborne, 
et al, bf A. RusseH Kirk, 
Attorney, for the dis- 
(Mitinuance, closure and 
abandoment of a 10 foot 
iane between 7«h street 
ud TSth Street b<»ad«d U 
the North by IxAs 41 
threi«h 62 and wtheSeirth 
by LoU 63 ttnM^ It, 
as shmni on ^ plat M- 
titled "Shore Realty Cor- 
■ poration" dated November 
1925. Plats with more de- 
tailed informatkM are 
avaiUde in the De- 
partmMt ot Planning. 



(Nortt Virginia Beaeb-Saa 
Store Sate Park Arw). 
LYMHRAVEN BOROUGH. 
All interred persons are 
ittvtM to att«bd. 
Claries C. CarringUm 
Director of PIamili« 

Jan. 22, 29, 2t 



INVITATION TO BID 
The Sch ocd Board rf the 
Ctty~uf Virglniii Beadi, 
Vitftttia will receive seal- 
ed biito for tbe eonrtnefion 
of fiw ALtERNATJCHSand 
AOMTION to LINKBORK 
PARK ELEMENTARY 
SCHOOL, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, State Project 
12i-33D, until: 
2:00 P.M. E.S.T. 12 FM)- 
raary 1975 

at the office of the flt^er- 
inteKhmt of Schools, 
School Admlnistratjta 
Building, Princess Anne 
Station, Virginia Beach, 
Virgittia 23456. Bids will 
be publicly opened and read 
aloud at the above stated 
ttme in the Board Room 
(tf the City of Virginia 
B^ch School Board. 
The Owner reserves the 
right to reject any or all 
bids and to waive ins- 
ularities. No bids may be 
withdrawn for a period of 
36 day,^ al|er scheduled 
closing fime.for receipt 

ofbida. - 

A d^Mjslt of $35.00 will 
be re<iulred for a set of 
Bid Documents. Such de- 
posits wUl be refunded to 
Qntractors in accordance 
with the Standard Proce- 
dure for issuing Bid Do- 
cuments. Subs willbe re- 
loaded ^.00 for each set 
returned in good condiUon. 
Dqwsit checks shall be 
made payable to the Ar- 
diltects. Bfcl Documents: 
plans, specifioitioas and 
details may be obtained 
00 or after 29 January 
1975 at tbe office of OL- 
IVER, SMITH and COOKE, 
LTD., AIA, 2M2 Arctic 
Avenue, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia 23451 and may be 
seen at tbe office (rf tbe 
Architects, at the crffice 
of the Siqierintendent of 
Schools, at the Builders' 
and Contractors' Ex- 
change; and Dodge Plan 
Room, Norfolk and Rich- 
mond and at AGC, Rich- 
mmd. 

Bids must be accompanied 
by a certified check or an 
acceptable bldto-'s bond 
in the amoont ot i% at 
Base Bid payable to the 
Owner. 
Bidders are 
der Title 54, 
Code of Virginia, as am- 
ended, to show evidence cd 
certificate of rcgistratioa 
before bid may be receiv- 
ed and considered (1) on 
a general or snbooiitract 
of 930,000 or more or 
(21 U m total value (rf 
all contracts undertaken 
by tbe bidder (hiring aiqr 
12 month period is 
$200,000 or m<^. Each 
bidder shall place on the 
outside of the envelope 
containing his tM ahd in 
his bid over Us ri^tore 
one of the followiBg no- 
taUou: 'Registered Vir- 
ginia Cortraeto- No.", o>' 
"Rogistntiott not required 
under Title 54, Chapter 
7, Code of Virginia.'' 
B^ora any non-resident 
shall bid 00 uy work in 
the state, te i^all by wri- 
tten power of attorney, tp- 
point the S^retaiy of the 
Commonwealth its agent 
for service of process of 
notice. 

SdKxfl Board of ttie City 
<a Virdala Bea(di, Vir- 
Lida2MS6 

>UVER, SMITH AND CO- 
OKE, LID, AM: 
Architects 
2902 Arctic Avenue 
Virginia Beach. ViiginU 
23451 

Jan. 19 It 



Th« Sdo, Jan. a, MTS -- B-S h 

a distance of 24S feet along , 
the iottth side of l/'irginU . 
ftA(flL Boulevanl, running ; 
a distance of 154.72 feet ' 
alo^ the Vest side of 
Oceatt Boulevard, run- • 
niag a distance of 245 feet ; 
akmg the S(Nithem pro- 
perty Um and running a 
distance of 154.72 feet 
atoog the Western property - 
line Qt which 123.72 feet : 
is Que East siite of Rose- 

lyiM tjno SaM parcel is_! 

mown as Lots 1,2,3,4,5, , 
and Part of Lot 44, Plat 
of HiUcrest and contains 
0.8 acre more or less. ^ 
(Oceana Quxlens Area). 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 
3. PeUtlon of Allan D.Mil- 
ler and Nedine K. Miller 



NOTICE 
Virginta: ^ 
The regular meeting of the 
Cotmcil of the City of Vir- 
ginia Beach will be held 
ia the Council Cham!)ers 
of tbe Administration 
Building, City Hall, Prin- 
cess Anne Station, VirginU 
Beach, Virginia, on Mon- 
day, Fdwrnry 10, 1975, 
at 2:00 P.M. at rtlch time 
ttie followlag appUeaUons 
wUlbehe^rl: 
AMENDMENT 

1. Resoluti(» of the C<mn- 
oil of the Ctty of Vir- 
ginia B^ch to create an 
ordinance to amend and re- 
ordain ttc Comprehensive 
Zoning Onttnahce of ttie 
City of Virginia Beach re- 
latii« to Regvlatims tor 
Major RecreatiOMl Equip- 
mMt. More detailed in- 
tormation is available in 
the Oi^rtment of Plan- 
nlM. ' 
CHANGE OF ZONING 01S- 
■rarcT CtWIfftfi^TION 
LYJINBAVEN KWOBGH 

2. f^«WirfFtestAsaa»- 
bly at God by Grover C. 
Wr^. Jr.. Mtcwey, tor 
ttfange ^^oiat bis* 
t^ j^kwMlc^MV bm 
m i^Slal' DiAfcl 
to mv^CWlce *WEttt 

exyfled from B-1 Me- 
ss District) M certain 
pmpttff locMed w the 
SoiMv^ corner of Vir- 
ginta Btoeh Boulevard and 
0(^u» Bootevard, naming 



by Grover C. Wright, Jr., 
Attorney, for a Change of 
Zoning District Classi- 
fication from R-8 Resi- 
dential District to 0-1 Of- 
fice District (modified 
from B-1 Business Dis- 
trict) on certain property 
located on the Southeast 
comer of Virginia Beach 
Boulevard and Oceana 
Boulevard, r«nnii% a dis- 
tance of 223.30 feet along 
the South side of Virginia 
Beach Boulevard, nmning; 
a distance of 135 feet along 
the East side of Oceana 
Boilevard, running a dis- 
tuce of 222.84 feet along 
the Southern property line 
and nimiing a distance of 
135 feet along the East- 
era property line. Said, 
parcel is known as Part , 
of Lot 40, Plat of Oceana 
Gardens and contains 0.7. 
acre more or less. (Ocea- 
na Gardens Area). LYNN- 
HAVEN BOROUGH. •. 
4. Petition of Herbert D. -' 
Smith and Mary H. SmiUi < 
for a Change of Zoning j 
District Classification • 
from A-1 Apartment Us- ,, 
trlet to B-2 Community '* 
Business District Classi- 1 
flcaU(« on certain pro- ' 
perty beginning at a point j 
150.41 feet West of Ches- ^ 
opeian Trail and runniq; ^ 
a distance of 113.27 feet j 
along the North side of « 
Virginia Beach Boulevard, ; 
mmnng a distance of 186. • 
84 feet along the Westem H 
property line, running a • 
distance of 125 feet along * 
the Northern pnqierty line * 
and nmning a distance of • 
211.71 feet aloi« Uie Eas- ^ 
tem property line. Said • 
parcel c(mta^ 0.6 acre > 
more or less..(Ches(^ian ' 
Colcmy ArM). LYNNHAV- . 

en borough. i 

Virginia beach bor- * 

OUGH < 

: 5. Petition <a Powell and | 
^Huntley Incorporated by I 
Helvin Friedman, Attor- 1 
ney, for a change of Zon- ! 
ing District CUssificaUon | 
from A-1 Apartment Dis- 1 
trie to B-2 Community! 
Business District on cer- 1 
tain properly located on| 
the Southwest comer of ; 
Holly Rood and Pinewood* 
Road, running a distance of j 
279.40 fMt JoQg the Soidh ' 
side ci Pinewxjd Road, I 
running a distance of 160. j 
61 feet along ttie Eastern* 
property line of which 110. r 
61 feet is file West side| 
of Holly Road, running a* 
distance of 265.40 feet; 
along Oe Soettiem pro- 1 
perty line and nmning a I 
distance of 160 feet along | 
tbe Westem |H-(9erty line. | 
Said parcel contains 0.84 « 
acres more or less. (Link-^ 
horn Park Area). VIH-. 
GDOA BEACH BOROUGH.^ 
KEMPSVILLE W3R0UGH;; 

6. Petition of George L.' 
Gross and Judith S. Roth-| 
rock for a Change of Zon-J 
tag, District Classification 4 
from R-6 Residential Dis-| 
trict to B-2 Communityj 
Business District on pro- 1 
perty located South of the j 
intersectfa» of B<wiey- 
Road and Sooth Witchduck". 
Road, beginning at a point; 
303 feet East of Brady? 
Court, niiming a distances 
of 100 feet along Uie South: 
skle of Kem|»ville Road,^ 
nnmiag a distance of 344.^ 
7 feet along tte Easter^^ 
propCTty line, nmning a- 
dlstence of 100 feet al(^< 
tbe Southern prt^rty lin^ 
and running a distance ofi 
352.9 feet al(»g ttie Wes-5 
tern property line. Sai<( 
parcel coidains 0.77 acre.* 

?kempsville Area).^ 
EMPSVILLE BOROUGH^ 
CONDITIONAL USE PER-! 
MIT 

PRINCESS ANNE BOR-^ 
OUGH • 

7. iUildicati(n of Herbert! 
D. Snlthaad Mary H. SmitU 
lor a Coadittonal UsePer4 
mil to operate a rid-^ 
log academy with horses' 
for boarding cm certaii^ 
pn^erty located 00 thc| 
&i«tt sMe of London Brid-« 
ge Road ud beginnii^ alj 
a foM 4t0$ feet more 01^ 
l«n West (rf Oceana Bou-« 
levard, nmning a distance^ 
of 1337.34 feet al(^ tti^ 
Sooth side (tf London Bri-| 
(^ Road, running a dis-2 
tance of 416.39 feet a 
the Westem property Um, 
raining a distance of 11 
te^ more or less aksig 
SoMem ^ijperty fine 
ruMiing a distance of 1063 
48 feet along the Eastern 
property Um. Said par-| 
eel oMrtains S) acres aortf 
or tes. PRINCESS ANNE 
B(»KWGH. I 



Mcta^'IWMboa 
atyaertt 

JU. 12. 29, tt 






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Sell to someone close to you. 



Renting, hiring, selling or swapping? Clas- 
sified ads are ttie answer. In no tim«, at 
all you'll experience ih« result-p<WMrMa 
Classified Ad. In Byeriy Publication Com- 
nriuni ty Newspaper s, clawifiadi 



Virginia Beach Classified Ads - 486-3430 



people of many ages tnipmvH. Pl^your 
ad today. Call 4M-3430 or mail in «ie handy 
coupon. We're here to help you with your 
ad! 

Place your FAMILY or BUSINiSS od ki 
ANY classification for quick action and 

$Q20 

low cost! 20 words or lots ^ <l# 
per weok in all tlH>|« Byorly Publications 
Community Nowspopors 
^ .——T 

I My classilied ad ^ 



»-»fcUl llo>te«i 

HAVE TCWinAHOTUll- 
•d - It t SPECIAL rtte! 
no.. Oai MO-0590 forap- 
poiatmeats 

AWTO JUHK - ACME AU- 
to, Iwjts and to«s jock cars. 
IK-91SI. 
S-t-5 



i Please run ad for ( ) issues or ( ) til stopped. 



I 



I C05I is $3.20 per issue for first 20 words, 16c for 
each additional word. 



MKL 

TAXSEmnCE 

VOUft Tmcs dofw 
In "YOUR HOMEI" 



m* coma to YOUN HOME- 
•AVINQ ynr on* *n« im 

U)Wai»3.50 




( ) Payment Enclosed 



( ) Please send bill 



i NAME _^ 

I 



PART TMEBOOKKEEP- 
^ - lor smaU business- 
M, bosiness, payroU and 
persdoal Uks, pi<A npud 
deliver, CaU 1M-t*3» af- 
tM> 6. 



j ADDRESS 
I CITY 

I 
I 



_^_ STATE ZIP : | 

Mail to VIRGINIA BEACH SUN | 

13S Rosemoot Road ■ 

VirKinia Bcacb, ViifiBia 234S2 | 



omatcmcK 

CLA»FtED INDEX 





3-Special Noticet 



2-P-' aanr: Nctleov 

ALTERATIONS - MEN'S, 
women's and children's 
wear; light dress maUng 
draperies made or remade 
commerica! machine ton- 
dies leatbA-, canvas, etc. 
425-1704. 
S-2-12 

3-Special Notices 

SEE THE DIRT COME 
out of your carpets! New 
double actioa soil extrac- 
tion system! B A F CAR- 
PET CLEANERS. For free 



EAl^N IM FOK YOUR 
gn^-elub, or (HpuuEa- 
tkM. Lwlies, I«to tm 
while eamine $t. CaU tw 
deUiis 3«)-3175. 
S-2-12 

AUTO JUNK - - WE 

will |»y cash tor whole 
auto jtodt, tradA and cars 
CaU l5S-2«» 
S-2-5 



VA. BEACH SLVER 
SALES - SUver BnUiim 
immediate pocesskw MOm 
Bars or Less. Phope 464- 
,3650 lor I 



GROW YOUR OWN FRUIT. 
Free o^y 4t-pg. Planting 
Guide Catalog ia color, of- 
fered by Vlrgiiiia's largest 
growers of trait trees, nut 
trees, berry plants, grape 
vines, landscaping plaai 
material. Wajnesboro, 
Virginia 22M0 



REIWCE SAFE AND FAST 
Witt, GoBese TableU A 
E-Vaj> "Water POta" at 

RETIRED WOMAN WITH 
URetm y^rsofgovenuDMt 
ty^ag averteace, desires 
hoae tyidag. No pick 9 
or delivery. CaU 3M-I72S. 
8-2-12 



ANDY PAHUY PUFfEIS 
with their jolly cart are 
avaiUhia for |«riics, sc- 
kocds, ud ^lecial everts. 
A0B*BdlGreee,4»-IM4. 
S-2-12 



SEWING MACHIME SER- 
vice teadqaarters - All 
makes, models, aev, used, 
rabttUt. S31I E.PriDcess 
Aaoe Rd., GlcB Cordle, 30 
yaars ei^erleace, 157- 

4aic. 



FREE PROFESSKniAL 
■ate-ap lessons. Vivian 
IRMidard Cosmetics. For 
anwiDtmnt call 414-6110 
(SaiMidiary of General Fo- 
ods) 



SOUTHAMPTON 

JLIV«TOCK 
SALES 

IREGULAR IfVESTCXX 
AUCTION 

1:30 

EVERY TUESDAY 

Va have top competitive 
oaOtts for aU classes of 
attle and bogs. All top 
wrtgM market hogs aad 
sows are state-graded aad 
inerchandised in uaifom 
lots for the top dollar in 
Virginia oa each Tuesday. 

i ta > t gr ads d i liMHHt «- 
Idc sales held ^o^ Mttf 
regular «eddy auction 
each Third Tuesday (starts 
Febmary 18).M;piitact as 
for aU fedcattle informa- 
tioo on price aad grade. 

State graded feeder pig 
sal* OD each Second 
and Fourth Thursdays. 

na Tcl-0-AaetlM saDiag 
systaa U utiliEed for aU 
sales., 

TKY OUR SYSTEM 

YOU WILL K 

SATISFIED 

For information contact 

W.T.''Red" O'Berry 

Field Rqtresentative 

Nevsoos, Virginia 

654-5401 

Ben or Joe HoweU 

Box 104 

Courtlaod, Virginia 

562-2144 M- 562-2143 

SOUTHAMPTON 

LIVESTOCK SALES, 

INCORPORATED 

Off Highway 58 between 

Courtland and Franklin, 

Virginia 



EARN t$-FQR YOUR GR- 
oap, cluborganisatkm. LA- 
MES, have fun whUe eara- 
ii^ $$. CaU for detaUs 
340-3175. 




OMMMUiT 
1:30 AM 10 •Mm 



lAjmi-auinMct. 
pifbc awnoii Mouii 

i33» WigaM H*CH R«^ 
N0IMU.V4 



PER^m OVER 40 YEARS 
of age interested in liter- 
ature, archaeology aad ad- 
vertarlng to odUlionte on 
w^k mta in an intensive 
Mid wirtaiafd y«ir-roaad 
opioratioa of tlw Great 
Usmal Swamp. 547-1646. 



FUNDS AVAILABLE 

• ShonMng Cofltan 

* Nursing Homa6 
•Cemwii^. ]^ 

tffB monopM 

*ConMn^m, dis- 
Itms iN'oporty 

Doyis-Larrivoo 
AsMcictot 



S-apsdalNoileaa 

AUTO JUNK - CLEAN UP 
your neigtawrhood, pay 
cash or free towing, 424- 
IMS. 

_Sj:2-5_ . 

ART, MOLDDKi. AMD HY- 
drool plaster icurtirt work. 
627-2396. Whitehurrt.Bla- 
sstogham Corp. 
S-2-5 



ROOMMATES 
WANTED 
FEMALES 

, Bow Creak Area 
.3 Bedroom Home 
Fumahed 

Col 

464-1111 Days 

3^M644 Evenifigs 



SEWOfG AND ALTER- 
atioas - Any type of sew- 
ing, even if it seems im- 
possilile, I can' ifo it. 
466-7373 
S-2-5 



THIS YEAR 
TREAT YOliRSELF 

Open a Ladles Shivpe of 
your own. A highly prrtit- 
able, iaUatioa reaistart 
bosiness. Inveatory, fix- 
tures and training com- 
plete. $12,500.00. Call 
eoUect Mr. Morgan 904- 
757-1353 or write P. O. 
Box 26009 Jaz, Fla. 32218 



DAYCARE - NON - PRO- 
nt Child Development Pro- 
gram. 2-6 years. Trained 
teachers, Hot lunch. 7:30 
am - 6 pn. $12. week. 
Sliding scale. Taking ap- 
pUcatloos, Birdnecfc Rd. 
425-9090. — 

S-2-12 

WEOtHHG CANDIDS - EX- 
eeUert quaUty and reason- 
aide cort. Call from 9 am 
to 4 pm. 486-6039. 
S-2-12 



&-Loat * FouidJ 

• ' I I 

LOST - WHITE GOLD LO- 
vers ring. Six stones. Re- 
ward. M4-5229 



O^ 



U-AutomibUes' lor Sale 



1969 MUSTANG, MARK I. 
New relMiUt engine. New 
tune up. poirts, ^ugs, eim- 
denser. $1,200. Good con- 
dition. Call 420-7214. 

i9m^c:hevt biscatne - 

Passed~~Jaanary l^te In- 
spection. Less than 52,000 
actual mUes, good trans- 
portation $200. CaU 4S2- 
2246 

OtMf'T GAMBLE (MUSED 

cars! 12-month, 12,000 
mUe warrently guarantee 
on aU late model used 
ears. Like buying a new 
ear wttfe a used ear ^ce. 
No hidden deitoetiUes. 
Only rt DOUGHTY Boick- 
Portiac - Okls - Opel. 
Franklin, Va. 

VCHJCSWAGEN . 1971 pop 
T(9 Caatom camper, new- 
ly reboilt 1972 eivine, new 
tires, all in exceUent cm- 
dition. CaU 428-3429 or 
428-8213 

VOLKSWAGENS 
Large selection of used 
Vtftswagens, most models 
mort colors. 100 per cert 
gaaraatoed. Bankfinucing 
credit. aivroved by phone. 
nCKNlY VOLKSWAGEN 
3401 Victory Blvd. Ports. 
391-1216 

1972 OLDS - T(aU(AJ)b7 
pale fellow with vinyl top. 
FaUy eqnlped, new tires. 
ExeeUert coaditiao. Priced 
for qrtek sale. $2,500. Call 
424-4507 - after 6 p.m. 
to 10:M p.m. 

CHEVY BELADl - 1973 
Station Wagon, 3 sealer, 
12,500 mUes, tall 'power, 
wlU consider trade on sm- 
aUer aato, 466-1959. 
S-1-29 



• U-Aato Part s. Repairs 

PLAZA CAHPARTS - NOW 
(^len, c«B|dete Une of aa- 
to parts at discowt prices. 
481 South Lynnhaven Mi- 
ni Mall. 466-2785. 
S-2-5 

14A-Aato Access, Pateting 

AUTO BODY/AUTO PAIMT 
wMt - CasUia rtrtpios, 
cxeeUert worfcmnsUp. 
Reaaonalde rates. Fw in- 
formation caU 623-7434; 
U w answer caU497-0»>3. 
S-2-U 

I5-UtUtty TraUers 



1973 - U-RAUL-FACTORY 
balU, 14 z 6 traUer; doable 
axle, tandem brakes, att- 
ached trailer jack. 4M- 
5193. 
S-2-5 

16- Mntoreydaa l« r anla 

1973 SINI-CHOPPED HON- 
da-450 8" fork extension. 
Locus dual UghU. Z-i>ars 
custiMned King A Queen 
seat. ExceUant condition. 
$2,000 invested. WiU sac- 
rifice for $1,100 or liert 
offer. 482-3091. 
S-2-I3 



21-BoaU, Marine Sappue* 

OWENS, 30 FOOT CRUI- 
ser. Sleeps 6, Full gal- 
ley, refrigerator - free- 
ser, rtand q> head, doa- 
ble plank mahogany hnU, 
eqrtpped. Twin 283 Chevy 
engines, Sacrifice tor 
$6,800. 486-3%9.i 
S-3-5 /■ \ ' 




34-Relp Warted 



SALES -i EARN WHILE 
chi)dre(i are in school and 
enjoy the unlimited oppor- 
tunities ^all 340-3175. 

MASSAGE 9ttL 

S17SWSKLY 

GUARANTEE 

No experience necessary, 
wUl train 18 or over. Bus- 
iness Man's Massage A 
Health Spa. 857-5018. 

BILINGUAL VOL IN 
teers-The Virginia Beach 
School System is iaterert- 
ed ia obtaining the ser- 
vices of biU^aal (E^Ush 
asaQuertsecoadl ngHace) 
volarteers to aasirt stod- 
ents new to this conatry. 
Interested indivi- 
dnala shonid cortaet Mr. 
Jackson at 427-4515. 

CASHIER 

RECEPTIONIST 

$140 Week guararteed sa- 
lary. No eqierieDce neces- 
sary. 

•57.501t 



LADY TO PREPARE 
evening meal, Monday tkni 
Tfaurs., my home or yours. 
KempsviU area. 499-9560 
or 490-0149. 



PART TIME SALEOIAH - 
seUing to sraaU busi- 
nesses - NEW item - BK; 
need. Commissions paid 
weekly. CaU Thursday Jan. 
16th betwe«i 6 A 9 PM. 
424-5827. 



SECRETARY 
EXCELLEHT 
OPPOCTDinTT 
for qualified person with 
basic secretarial skills. No 
shorthaiMi. Need well-rou- 
nded, mature person, good 
with people. ExeeUert 
tag conditions wttt com- 
Burtty development organ- 
isation. Fringe package in- 
cluded. 
CaU for apprtrtmeat: ' 

CaU for aHMirtmert: 
M2-2118 



HAS JOB A SECURITY 
got you worried? To qitt- 
UUed individuals, high in- 
come position with retire- 
ment security. Call 464- 
7322. 




490-1184 



BWUSTRIALA 
CONSTRUCTION 
EOUlFM0iT RENTAL _ 

543-$72.3*W*id«n 'Air Con«r«tiars 
•FoffcWfi •SpocnHwjInn 
•Crwws •Chain Sows 

, ^333 Bainbridge Blvd. 

^ V NORM>^ OF AN. MG«. 




}4-HelD Warted 



10 WOMEN 
ANDM^ 
WANTH) 

Local ooncera now Uri|g 
for good paying Jobs, plus 
cmapany bcwflts. Ho ex-' 
perience necessary. For 
appoirtmcrt CaU 499- 
2763. 



NEa}Q) AT ONCE 
2MEN 
1 WOMAN 



To lUl rccertly crerted 
positions. For faU in- 
formation Call 499-2763. 



HELP WANTED -SALES 
men. Fall time. Ches- 
apeake Port, Virgirta 
Beach Sua, Chnrddand 
Pictorial. If yon can seU 
we, can jnake you a news- 
papermaaor woman. If you 
Uke telephoae setting yon 
are alao inviled to ap^y. 
We are an expandinc eon- 
murtty newspaper groni). 
The fntare looks grcrt. 
This ia a longraage growtt 
opportaalty for the rigM 
person. Sales aptitude rt>- 
srtrtaly esscrtial. Wtwart 
to talk to people who are 
positively modvated to be 
saccessfrt. Pritn- sales 
expericace reqrtrcd. Write 
Byerly Newspapers, P.O. 
Box 1327, Oiesapeafce, Vir- 
Iniia 23320; % Mr. Bly. 
T^ ns w^ yon can haaa- 
I the Job - write today.) 



Boxu 
giniia 



•flOiaEWORKERS WANTED 

tTBS AREA:- man, w«- 
I, stedants. No eiper- 
(tence necessary; stvfflag A 
addressing envelofws 
( Commisrton Mailers \ 
Earn nmretime moaey at 
home. $100.00 weddy pos- 
sible. Send $1.00 (retand- 
able) aad long, stainped en- 
velope for detaUs:PPS- 
392, 216 Jackson #612, Cki- 
cago 60606. 

NEWX)BS 

WAITRESS - HOSTESS 

EXPBaENCE 
PRffBtRED. 

WUl train to new position, 
$isiO morth gnarartee. 
Murt be aUe to rtari work 
immedlaUy. T>U is not 
restanrart work.CaU499- 
2763. 



wn.L QABYsrr ai mt 

kome-(J<nstawn ^d. ana) 
toflationnry n.\M Htuts. 
Call 547-3736 

SALES - EARN WOLt. 
children are in school and 
enjoy the aalimlted op- 
portunities. CaU 34-3175. 
S-2-12 



$$$$ 

EAfM 
EXTRA MONEY 

Selling Sabscriptioas on 
your own time Bigli Com- 
mission MUST be Mand- 
Iraad dependrtde andort- 
going. CaU for appoirt- 



VirglidaBaacfci 




SUFFOLK 

TREE 
SERVICE 

• Reffloving 
•topping 

• hvnmg 

Full Swvic* 
Reatonabl* Rotes 

934-1649 



suae 

BROTHERS 



BrtMars 



Home Improveiiarts 

Cntraetors 
GaagttaUders 
Bortn Addttlons 
AlHiiKimttdiv 
Roofs * Carports 

Kttck«R«MMls^ 

CALL ANYTIME 

545-7318 

a«0 E. HaA, 9r. 
1800 Put AvwM 
Cbesueake, Va. 



sUmiImm 



fl-#B^Wnted 



JEWELRY SALES NO 
INVESTMEMT-424-U96 

WANTED. EXPERIENCED 
lady to babysit in my home 
occaslonaUy days or 
BigMs. WW furnish trans- 
portation. Great Bridge 
area. References. 547- 
5503 _^____ 

1^ — "^ ■ 

LADY - WDf FREE GIFT 
or cash! CaU 416-a060 af- 
ter 6 p.m. 



GREAT BRIDGE CBILD- 
ixu w«M - "Planned 
Pnnram wltt Loviig 
r«f» •■ fill <tov care, part 
tlac care, Moirly care. 
Aps 2 yrs. hrS yra. 7aa>- 
fpm. Ploae 4a2-136S or 
•47-SSfl. 



aiMBEAii LAmmown 



for potertteldaaln'vhohas 
meaartcal Mm, srtt- 
aUe locattaa and good cre- 
dit. DaMyai hiUii« leto 
yon hay now, pap as you 
lOX tte nort attractive 2- 
eyclc gssoUne powwsdSl" 
mower OB maritat. Also 
4-eyelertBS electric mo- 
wer*. Trteawrs.' ^ria- 
klers. 

Some torritorlit alao a- 
vaUaUeon lOnB 
oomplete line of power c- 
W-hp tractor, aU 



mowers, paver saws 
(ail hackgrooad 



Write 



P.O. Baa SMI 

cutftoBtaii. w. Tn. mat 



DOO GROOMING 

m BKMto - Ei^eflawwd 
A hava grooaad pnrfns- 
MaiOy la 4 strtcs. Raa- 
aomMe, no traaquiUsei^. 
Tadar ore. 4i3-2793 




2ad nCWE - COUPLES 



pralenwd, 
tnriawi, I 



496-t5». 
8-2-5 



^poiatmatf CaU 



OPT SHOP 
FOR SALE - Great Bridge 
area. Shoiviat center lo- 
eatlon. ExceUart potertial. 
Low down pnymort. FOR 
DGTAIU. can 899-116 or 
6M-l«n. 



.COUPLES - WOUU) YOU 
Uka to win a Itwa trip 
to tha Virgte lataMls. CaU 
340<062S attar 5 p.m. tor 
Mo dalaUs 



CARPET IhoiAi-LAilON 
helper - No experianec Be- 
aded, veteraa prcferad, 
can 655-4469. 

S-2-5 

LOOKING FOR PEOPLE 
who wart toearn HOO to 
$400 a morth, part ttme 
basis. For trtoKnatlo n ca U 
4«7-45n 



GFffSSt PRBnWG - IF 
yon wut a nawqinpe- <»' 
ciradar Hriatad Urn eeoi- 
QBleal abrt fay, tluA 
Witt Byerly NbUcatioH. 
Lowort prkca to Tlde- 
wrter. ComposlUoe ser- 
vice*. CaU G«ae Wca- 
dori - S«7-«71 OT Kir- 
ris Uy 627-5020 for BO 
oUicntton qnotatioa. 



START TOUR OWM - MA- 
1^ Mirt Caivrt CIcaatog , 
hwteeas, ba yoar ««n 
baas, low lMMlm*i«,hi0 
pntt toaiMtton* per- 
*ga only. 426-6089. 



AMBITIOOS COOFLE 
Work togrtker brtldiag a 
bartness of yonr own. St- 
art part Umc. PhOM for 
Interview. 397-0716 

AM EXPERKMCED BA- 
bysitter to k*9 9 morth 
h^ 6 day M*k. 9 a.m. 
to 5 p.m. Ufbt house- 
work. RcferencM. 464- 
7346 after 5 p.m. 

36-Joba Warted 

CHILD CARE » MT HO- 
me - Loto tender lovlag 
care. Playmates. Near 
Werten Branch Elemart- 
ary School.. RennonaUe. 
Infarts to Klndergardea. 
464-5426. 



BABYSTTTIMG IN MT 
, jtome - Dny or MipM, Gr- 
een Ran Area, Hot metis. 
Playground privilagss, 
427-6835. 
S-1-29 ■ 

Wa.LBABtSITniMT so- 
me tor woridng Matters. 
Monday through Fridays, 
Great Bridge area. Hrt k- 
aches, lenced yard. 547- 
5449 ^ 
TYraiG - MANUSCRIPTS, 
MY KME, Eiperi«M«l, 
Raaaoatbte, Ucansad, 
4M-9S64. 
S-2-S . 



amr wtwwn in 

OWICMUASt 

^•periunity le •am 

$9>000i>0 «e t>O,0OCLM 

pwr yaor If yw« qualify 

Hi Mar* dcfail li i > »«w< l » »> . 



r.o.iniin 



OtOCERT STCSIE - HEAR 

Norfolk General Ho^iltal, 

ABC licose; doiag good 

haslwas. Letrtsg arte on 

tceoatrti ' 

6S7- 

8-2-U 



CHILDCARE m HT 
Christian home Rmt woik- 
i« matters, hot meals, 
{cKSd yard, Pfcone $4D- 
S6S7 liter* 



BABYSTTTIMG - MY 10- 
me, Aiagoaa YUl^e, re- 
kreaces, reasonable ra- 
tes, 497-7693. 
S-2-5 

BABYSimMG - BY !« 
hour, aaytlmc, day or rt- 
^, except Tuesday Mors- 
Va. Beach area. 



^O- 



4S-Loea] lartr. Classes 

GROVHD SCHOOL - 
Comm-h^tt^Bcrts, fU^ 
lastnKtor, FUgU ATP 
CaU4S6-706O. 

s-^9 

ttSTSUCTXMI CLASSY 

Morses Aides -Ordnlies'- 
Oak HIU Medical Training 
School, Grtrt Bridge. 547- 
jlS6. 



!kK- 



«LL BABYSIT _F08 
Mrtii« Motter. Danedn 
QiarcUaBd. AU i«es. 484- 



""""^Ebwateh 

nOAOCA8Tg6G 

wcaooL 

^«e AawMBdag 
IrtCLASFCCLKEiraMG 
61W VIrgiata BsMdi Blvd. 
Mortoik,Va.499.j|2l1 



ARTOFEGGUERY-NEW 
elasaes now lOTnlng. Call 
Frank taraal fnr nrtkar 
InformaUon eaU 426-3694. 
S-2-12 



44-MBrte. Daacc, Dranu 



ECONOMIZE 

Dmi't ttraw it awn ■ 
■avaltramodlaJ, f^nad, 
arnpairad. KiparfAL- 
TCRATIMSAOaESSMA- 
nNS. RoaaonUe. 
CaU«4-9426 



LOANS 

POttfT 

VOBTBWSLS VinVOdB 

NOTEdndAUrO 

Norfolk 
County 
Flnanc* Co. 

LOCAUY OWN© 
ANDOFBtATS 

4S2-33t1 

NaBAni.tFSiLsa.va 



(/f. 



B)ITH'S 
■OUTIOUI 

yr». 



PROFESSIONAL 

twmixatm 

T^SMT Inclndail >y 

M^rtaa, i yrs. E^ar. 

4M-Itl« 



DRUM LESSONS 

orva ^r»l«ssio6id 

CollMr.Hni 

421-6597 



49.-Prtwte h«aicttons 

PLAMO LESSONS - FOR 
yonr ttild to myhomenear 
PrtnMncc Rd., taiiaa Ri- 
ver Rd., $3.50 for 1/2 In-. 
lesaon. 424-5241. 
S-2-12 " 

PUIK) LESSMfS, (IM- 
cladlng ttMory). 5 yanrs 
old aad up, ad^ and ba- 
ginaers. Lanona si my 
kome. RUMop Area. CaU 
426-6ea after 4:00 PM. 
S-2-U 




47-Dogs. Cat^, Otter Pets 

SIAMESE KETTENS - 6 

moa. old. Thoroagh^ed.no 
papers. Mate and Fennl*. 
$10. 547-5331 




U-Artiete* for Sale 

cauxcKUBi iTEie -! 

Three 30/30 WiaehMter 
Caatertals. 1666 Aiyari- 
ean Cartenaial, $300; Can- 
adiaa Certwmtel. OTS; aad 
BaBto BUI, $175. AU for 
$600. CaU 424-4507 aflrt- 
6pin to 10:30p.m. 

2 TWIN BEDS - WOOD-w<^ 
en haadboards A frames 
pins SimiD0n« mattresses 
Atai spriacs - tU for 
$M0or$79. endiartBad- 
vrands HO. 
6793. 

19 UCH BRAOFOBD CO- 
lor TV - Used 3 ma " 
$22S. CaU 420-7214. 

FI88 TANKS. (ME SO- 
gallni, one lO-galkm, 
complete wittllMWMecrt 
hoods, Utters, gnvel, iria- 
vi», rttad, heattrs A fiah. 
i 464-7676. 



SOFA BED - m. COF- 
foc taUe, 2 eui tetdes nu- 
de flkaia, hand carved, gl- 
ass protective top - |99. 
465-4179. 



CARPET 

0^tY*149 

3 roams af 100 percert 
egatiaans filam^ nylm 
earprt; ^teateekdascar- 
prt, pidittis tad waU-to- 



waUtartaUrtiaa(vio900 
s«. ft.); auorted oidors. 
CaU for frse tome dow- 
^ rt saavtos, U3-4301. 
Tprms avaUteUe 
UNCLAIMED FREIGBT 
CO. 
1544-46 Mnrtew Ave. 



COMPLETE 
DOOOKCARE 

ALL Breed GrooBlag 
COATS* HATS • BBK 

S47.t000 

l» WATNE ATE. 
(NEXT Old awppi^c Ct.) 



Virgbiio-CaroliiM 
Tir« Co., tac. 

TIm Starol^ ToNt 
Tfr* PvopI* 
vita 



■IIMk 



FORIntVRE 



CREDIT 

QUKXDnjVERX 



A UttleoatteRon^Sde?: 
Never tod Cradtt bafort? 
Are yon naw to tte ar t? 
M awlyw a O ; C«M m in. 
Ve CM hanAayoBraMonrt 
li mart easaa. We Unto 
he4> yoHgoNQiasami^- 
vleamw grt started. Wty 

ey mora ttaa Ac mto rtw 
s ea* - tte ehiar hu 
inrt one prtec tor tU. 



Cosh or Cr«dif 
Quick Delivory 



See SuOf Brttt, 
rettrsdCMrt. m 



FURmrORE raOmKXMB 

826 %. Lttle Cr^ Rd. 
SM-MK 



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^E CtUmC DELUXE 
tK^le wu rufe; we Cote 
oriKiau kalUaatewU bMt- . 
er. EaA 9» CInn. good 

ria pe. m-mi 



gt MATTHEWS THWFT' 
a« ' »U Sndn Lue, 
ae«7 »»»*. V». B«ek. 

t:M SM to U:W UB MM- 



ROLL TOP WSK - HAIID 

carwi teakwoa, one of i 
kind, aiipniscd tt$l,W)., 
Beat mm, MMitiraMW 

StyttiC A'«ni CMha. Wf- 
Srl-i 



- <4.ywe SERVICES 

COWCfiEtE •«« -IS* 
Mr ^. ftv ne^ M»< <» 
typ«s. 4t7-IZM. 
S-l-» 



artiiwtnw ,• ti ttetov- WA 



HOHKSESVICS 
WALLPAPERlWi - EX- 

uilMd Wttlity, frM tsti- 
aHM aN rctsf^Mc r^- 
es. iM-nU, 



5, »«7 MjMll, attaiwd- 

aeekUae, in*. tM. Cort 

j«5.. SMrme«$185 412- 

1«T?. 

S-2-W 

SU-Aat^w* 

"ti,"l ATE S«£- GLAS- 

ej^lM, alw wicker 
^^, ptM kitekeB ctM- 

imooAeMiM, otkeiv- 
flHUrMi.rilMilhW' 
crfrt, pNMtl ^ss, lAtai 
RoHtiiMil, tote of brie. 
a^c, piut iMd. tanks, 
Mgqpt>rMwiln1h, 

4a „ - 



su 



vwT (m 

SAC 9Ktal b^Eita*. 
" DISKS INC 

I I II I! I I . 

liviwc Rooii/DEM nm- 

Bit«re - Comirtslely tern 
matertal. HtrcukM, Oitton 
Velwt, 8 piece Witt, »15. 
Gold V«l»el Ctoir, »l». 
Lovely -- wdl IWAed. 
F«iill«Uc l»li. 4M-UM, 
S-2-W 



4 axm stMOMO 

Firew»ok - $l» ta- ill - 
yoalMMl it. C«U«W-TO4 

UNWAHTQ) DAXGERCHIS 
trees renored CHEAP, ie- 
wred 4M-n2«. 

LOT CLEARING, GRAD- 
tng, bnidst^wc. Rich, 
Stack T(¥ ioU, PlU S»sA. 
Wm Art. OOZIES EM- 

fnmttEs. «4-M«, 

M3-9462l^fcU. 

TOPSML - BLACK EX- 
qiUtte, mtli mrseryKiii;. 
•In sand, also ImttiMwl 
fillip. Call 5M-WTJ or 
5n-«M. 

61A-F»ni ta»l«M*« 

MEW • FT. iJWC 

HASMMB - »S50 «M*. 

STCVEMSON 

rtmo nukCTOR 
im&iuut>na»i' 

JCWXSOII'S 'TOACTCMIS - 
• enl Ford traelora aad 
eqnipeaeet. Firewood. 
54S-«3'K). 
S-M2 

M-HCMIE ffiRYICK 

BWCK - »LOaC ikASOH- 
nf«iUl »n>e« lie wj TOD 
lite it. Ftr^ices. 5M- 

rm. 

S-2-5 



W-44fi9 

S-l-M. 



Wertor,M«6*ertor.«- 
fa^K^all «».|>4« 



WME DfPRQVEMBMT - 
Mine 4hm, tree eeWirtee. 

OPHOLSTRY - SLIP- 
eatm, drapery work 
deac, nasouUe pricey 
fr« eatii^M. pWwp «" 
deUverv. For taJsrMUae 
«ai 4M-S14I. 




RJ.iCMilM>S,JI. 

ASK Ito4> our Mmriti 
- ^ — lEB- 



4ai»ll4l 1 FMi 



TILE AT m BEST- 

Proapl peraoul Mrrtee, 

M Job tootarpmrMHtt, 

over 35 yttrs eqierieiicc. 

cm day or sl|M «6- 

1I2S. 

S-l-» 

ROOM hOXTVm - 
SPECIAL! - IKtrffttan 
JaMury, ilso vlutaUd A- 
dl, yon mA iBSlde, re- 
nin of Ul kfiite, Turlor 

S-J-tt 



WALLPAPEWW-TL- 

IM irtiwrtes, nMome 
rtfM, Call 3M-3W. «•« 

8-l-iS 

fttJPErraCIAK - ALOMl- 

■M irtrinc dMd(, aad 

^rt, tree eetlnatea, 48)- 
44». 

'^AIMMTIOJIS - REMMMEL- 
iag - Carpentryi «»•«*- 
ry, concrete, petloc, J»r- 
ekes, ators wiartovi. free 
rrtlmatin. «0-2tW. ai- 
gut, variwiA, nu WKic 
U^MM. KawnaaCsMtr- 

Acnnaa - boofqk;, 

Mld( aad bfack woit. re- 
pair work welcome, 153- 
S6l9orlSt-4029. 

MAMUSS 
AlUMINUM OUTTBIS 

AiaalMi * Tlayl iMb«. 
atiafled eaatoners are 
ov rtfercacas. aop A 
coeqare! 

SM-iim 



imiEj^RVICIS . 

VA. BEAM FIREPLACE 
r^ialr, efei^My sweep. 
New ^aa, flr^laceslMitt, 
Np^red. New&apersta- 
gtaOed. Sfe» «"»^*y 
pwuitMd. Call^t-TSO. 



W-Bouses lof "eot 



PLASTER ATO 



DBTW- 

«iilicceUJaf».lfel|obtoo 
,#.« Free eattaatea. 
513-5501. 

g-^s 

ADOmORS - REMOOEL- 
iM - Carpertry. masonry, 
conerete patlw, porches, 
MM-m irtiflBWa. free es- 

^ea*.fillW«le340- 
03M. »«B» Constrsct- 

iaaC«9- 

S-t-5 : __. 



Bow Creek Area. 
I -GOTCHA" 

0«CE YOU'VE SEEN OW 

COMFCnTABLY DECW- 

A'ra) TOWNHOME 

3 large bedrooms, 3,1/2 
betto, lI'xlS' family r«(M|^ 
■wM — flr e pltce, — dtaiafT 



room. Eat - iB - ktteftM 
iaebites «ove, diahwa*- 
er, (Unocal,, large itUtty 
ream wttk n/A toek-^^ 
airi IoU of itelfea.Cca- 
tral air and keat, carpet- 
ed tbrougboiit, drapes, la- 
rge fenced ^rd with veg. 
garden. NoPeU. 32SO.per 
mooth, 1 yr. lease. Avail- 
able March 1st. For jnfor- 
maUon CaU 340-6«45 



IB 

REAITOR 



RIAL iSTATi 



SELL-RENT 




•S50AK 



547-7134 




ency 



MMUiP 



ffi OumMMSMe MOOR t, > « 3 

ttidiiiw A^artMaA. trontlmam; Car** 



79-Waiitedteftetf 

WANTED TO BE«T - OHE 
lor gardeB.,D«^ Creek 
arw, M9-65S7. 



BLOCK - BRICK - FOUB- 
datkM, atepe, fin^ce, 
aad taitaqae pita, 424- 
ZIIS. CaU after 5 P.M. 

tAMNIKi kJO£fU.MMG 
brdwood noon 20 Yra. 



ALL 



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8-2-5 



m-tn* a««r'« pj». __ 

J^nTO«AL KRYKE - 
Ow a iwra nverieiiM, 
tna aaUMte, ^oearpeU 
da«H<.m-30M 



SAVE FOR FUTURE RffB«ENa 



1 Can B« Your 
Hslpiul Guid*." 



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TDEWATER 

SERVICE 
DIRECTORY 



aaot-ws?' 



WANT TO KNOW WHO DOES IT? 



AUTOiMOTIVE 



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I 1352 ViiKiiiia B^cfe Blvd. I 1 -„i 

[ 42S-407I ; 

IfMnn Mm. ■ IH. k AJA &«f JlI 
* U».«AS.1bl?M. I 

IBariaaerlcara f 

I lia^r^ii|e^ 



VIRGINIA KACH 

RMNATOR 

se 

Am • ^^ ^ 

NEW LOCATION: 

Laree-Ftncieid Facilities 



»IOINERfPAII 

IK. 4 

SAL@ASH»flCE:} 

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24 leu- 
Ener^acy 8«nrtee 

CAU. 
421-241i5 

EXPOIT REPAOa 

FW ALL TYPES 
UUMfBMV 

mi BatUclIdd B«d. 



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HOME IMPROVEM&IT HOME IMMOVlMiaiT HOME IMI»ROVEMENT 



SWfT 




• -— I 

I GARAGES ( 

I -OREorN^rours ! 

I LAKESTGARAGE t 
•-. I BUILDERS" I 

f j ROOFING SCING j 
; j 853-7689 { 

I MSCrCraawril Rd. I 
; ' !.„• -4. 

: INTBHOtOiCOtATORS 

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SPEOAUSTS 
IN 
RB>AR$ 
REMOCOMG 

PAINTING 
AU.TYPE 

CEUNGWORK 

ReaKMtial aad Coapereial; 



I FUEL MLLS BIGB? ^ 

' WWDOWS SWEATWG? | 

WATER UMDER BOUSE? 1 

iaLI«W-M(»J>7 ! 

TOO NEED I 

MOISTURE CONTROL! I 
INVESTIGATE: 



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f Free Mttmatec 420-^1 I 
I or 4M'2aM ' 

HOm UMnOVEMENT 

I wxMAOomon | 
I imsmmiootuK I 

LmI a^ea ti gar^ea aad' 
I atiaehed pnpf | 

fCoawert pttipa to a dm* 
I OFtba^mski 
HBttrMiM,WUMa 
bCtrwmie tm, Brtck, 
JBtai^t 

f /Mapeawiaehi 
f Home I mgro t tia wrts! 



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■ME OWNEU NEW 

FRIEND 

CALL 340-1282 

ALOROIGEA 

CHAMBER mC. 

2325 Va. Beack Blvd. 



HOME IMMOVEMENT 



I 




^9»t«0Y 



UZi 



; R.H. BLACK ; 

I ANYTWl ETamKi| 



lASTiRN 

I FEIME & AWNMOI 
J Cm^f^ I 

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I t4«8ktiMMHBM.I^ I 
j CiMpipatte, Va. i 



CALL THE LOCAL FIRMS LISTH) ABOVE 






ADDITKMS - COHVERS- 
kMS, ^rafas, new homes, 
repairs a all kinds, MU- 
RPHY'S CONSTRUCTION, 
547-5?a. 

s-a-5 . 



ASPHALT, CONCRETE - 
Faal ddifery, ready mix- 
ed caoerete, drtveway and 
ntto work, curbs and gut- 
ters. Master Charge, Bank 
Amerlcard or COD. 428- 
8204. 
S-2-19 

PAINTDIG - E3CTERK® 
laterier, top •O'*, bottom 
price, also work gnaran- 
teed, mlaor repairs done 
reasonable. 
497-0331 

S-2-5 

^PLASTER AND I«YWALL 
resalra - Mirttbews Paint- 
ta« And DrywaU Inc. Call 
«0-0380 Between 9 AM 
a^SPM. 
S-2-5 




WAirrToaniT-2« 

3 bsdnoakoaaelBGraM 
Brtdn area «■ liec M. 
(idffi«dy)4B-lltt.. 



rORSALBi 



82A- bverimem 

WE NEED BADLY 
Cash paid lor cameras, 
tape recorders, stereos, 
TV;s Band lastnunenU, 
TypewrltMV, gma. 
LITTMAN'S 
n>l City H»ll aw. W2-8989 
*' ■ 

•4-ilaal Ertaia RsUeea 

■ p w " . I 11 . 

WILL TRADE* TWO- ONE 



tHBofal Oak Drive 

gJXS^'Srice on this beautiful Colonial tomr 
*i 5 bedrooms 2 1/2 baths, 2 car garage, central 
^.Lt^t' Walk to schools aad shopping centers. 
CaLl: Martha Sanderlin ■* 

OCBee: 541-7134 
: 421-2885 




1800 Speedy Ave. 
Chesapeake, Va. 23320 

FOR QUK3C RESULTS 



CAU 
424-3720 



PortuncMh's Largest 
Sobs Organization 

4805 
Portsmouth 
Blvd. 




IRENE WHITFIELD484-5433 
GERALD GEORGE 484-7624 
PBANLAME 484-4999 

aULINE GOWG 488-5948 
BEN WHITFIELD 484-5433 
RONNIE HOWELL 484-0404 



WALL TO WAU. CASPET 
BOOM aZX BLOB^^ 

C^rOH awr ALLATKX 
P80HR tU-<»» 

CARPETTOWN 



acre lots near Coco Baatdi, 
Fla, (High, palm trees.) 
as down payment (or Diy)- 
lex, Business, or house. 
Call 424-4507 after (pm.- 
10:30|Hn. 



86-For Sale Va. Beach 



SEAL ESTATE 
WSOAKtaOVERD. 

(off Battlefield Blvd.) 

• SALES 

• RENTALS 
•TRADES 

I 547-7134 



ptaol sbaigHbr bey- 



«■. Use dasstfiad ads 

tm ^w uwltj wes- 

• te Itt tta tanat «f 

I ynifeels iayear 



aaOolkFlaaa 



PRINCESS ANNE PLAZA - 
3 bedroom ranch, central 
air, carpeted, Ann CloHse, 
486-4041, 340-2067, Big- 
gins Realty, REALTOR. 
S-2-I2 



Taylor Bros. 
Realty 

3104Tyr«N«ckR4. 

triHany Woods 
Foresf Hiffs 
Cedar Grove 
Tc^forwood 

484-4542 



Locoi Moving 

SpecialidifiB 
HDOsebiddFURNrrURE 

A OOiw Farattore 

J.W. FORMAN 
&SONS 

4t6-8279 

ASPHALT PAVING - 
Dttoh line, patching drive- 
ways a specialty. No job 
too large or too small. 
CaU«7-606I 

S-2-12 

WALLPAPERING - PA- 
iHliag, staining, varttisb- 
iw; loterior and exterior. 
Also Drywall finishing. For 
Mtenate caU 490-0427. 

uraomnvxi - supco- 

wn, dnperj work dow, 
naaoaaUe prtcM, free m- 
tuaates; pick-^ ana de- 
livery. For informatioa 
eaU 09-5148. 

•SA-HobUe Bmes lor tUsA 

-w ' ' " ' 

M72 - WFOffTCHEVHO- 
let Lark Mini Miter Anile 
Fnily aalf-cortained. Aitf- 
omattc, power steering A 
brakes. 4 mw tires. Sleeps 
8. Eicellant condition. Fo- 
rced to sell. Just assume 
mariXtj payments. 482- 
3091. 

S-2-I3 . 

TRAILER - 2 BEDROOMS 
Nicely tarnished Swim- 
mlK pool rights in sum- 
mer. (Waterview Shores). 
Grandy, NC. 541-4571 or 
424- 4507 after 6 pm 

niKS GRANT - 4 BEB- 
fOMB, mm extras, Liz 
CarisoB 486-4041, 486- 
1179, HigginS Realty, 
REALT(Mt. 

S-2-12 

DUPLEX - 2 BEDROOMS, 
infumisbed 3175 idus ele- 
crtic Central hnt A air. 
«2-12S7 



BAYLAKE BEACH - 4 
bedroom, 2 bath, ranch - 
^e, air cooditioned borne 
at beadl. Joe Robinson 486- 
4041, 484-4839 Biggins 
Realty, REALTOR. 
S-2-12 

PEMKUNCE SHORES - 
ESt^^rn^^ bed- ~ 
room, 2 Ift'baA town- 
house, tanily room, fire- 
place is liviag room. Joe 
Rotriaaoa 486-4041, 464- 
4Sn. Higgins Realty, Rea- 
ltor. 

S=2ciZ .— 

KEMPSVULE - 3 BED- 
nioffls brick randh with 
fMced yard and attadied 
garage. VA, 428-3822 or 
481-6772. DAVE MILLER 
REALTY. 
S-1-29. 



91 - RMart property for sate 



EDGEWATfeR - OCEAN- 
front, 2 bearopms, 2baths, 
owner willlffiSBcf or le- 
ase with option, 428-3822 
or 481-6772. DAVE MILL- 
ER REALTY. 
S-1-29. 




^,^^„ KaK» 

George Wtash. Hwy. 

FEB. 7, 1975 
9;*paa-l:00am 
"^^ 482-3348 



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PRODUCT 
FINOaS 

Forei^ or doiMrtie, ee- 
meirt, oil, eqnipBMt, fer- 
terlizer, coal, coal aatoes, 
steel, etc. 

DAVIS &uRtiva 

ASSOaATES 

Broker 

490-3184 



SHAMROCK^ 

RsaltY CORP, 



4 



COMMERICAL, 
REaOENTIAL 
SALES A RENTALS 
WE WILL BUY TCWR 
EQUITY 

1365S. AIHJTARY 

EHWY. 
Chesapeake, Va. 



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Thafi a bnMd ftatamapt^But it'» one 
«M can make about CtasaWed Advertising! 
It's the greatest form of penoo-to-person 
oofflmunications to satisfy a need or 
vnnt ever invented. No other form ee 
advwtising ean do as much . . . for as many 
paopla ... at loMier cost ... as aanified. 
Remember that »«tt time you find yourseH 
in a buying or selling situation where 
you need to eommunicate with a big. 
unknosm autBenoe.' We aie'heie to 
help you solve your problem. 



(fAlTOR 



Phone 



424-2800 



MAUND'S HOME IMPROVEMENTS 

Licensed A Bonded Free Estimrtes 

Carports, AdditioBa? Kiteh«» Remodeled 
Dealer fcw Tri*i«le, Pacific CaWnetry 
Or will easbm bnlld cabiaets A formica tops. 
InterlOT A Exterior Trim, Sjdli«, Palnfing, 
Roc^mc A Fiztt Man. 

FRCMfPT SERVICE 
For peraoaal estimate writa: 

■AJK&MAUND 

725 First Conoaial Rd. Lot 88 

Va. Beach, Va. 23451 




WMffllED 
To ipallltod tattrtlaaU 
wto wnt U^ teeotM po- 
4tloa« wMB rettreBMrt A 



Cantor 



m-wa 



allWsrestaurant 

5n8ChV«UaiHlBll«. 

CHURCHLAND Shopping C«nf«r 

UNDER 

new/aana6ement 

-cocktails- 

Fresh Sea Food* Prime Beef 

Sp«<ial Lundwons eni Dtaiwfs 
OPEN 
MON-FRI 11:00AM- IftWO^ 
SAT 5:00 - lltOOPJ*. 

SUNDAY' 1 2N00N ' - • 9:00PM 

484-6969 




GETAJdl 
LEARNASlaLL 
GO TO COLLEGE 

lljMVaUly, INK 
«^Mc tsr a ~ 
JVttM tM()p« 
■i MiUa, m* 

mm collet taMKM 
see st^ iteai elfke M 
■ar^ aad Mttiflii 0$ 
CM« of eeOm. Han • 
M^lora aMtaeaadfet 
tt» adaattaa i^ to to- 
dy's t^t^ai w«xM. See 
jpsar to«^ Aniyr^-^n- 
latlve. A* about Project 
Utmi. 
CaU Ch^^Mln S41-n00 





^ Restaurant and Lounge 
I • Coctefe • 

' Special l<MKfc«Mis ami DJimiw 
iPreASMifood • Ciiol««SlMks 
" BisMiuet 1^ MMtliHi %%mm svailcM* 

I Live Enfertainment f 

I Friday and Saturday in TIm Reel Room f 
^ A D^€Qiimy Rma»m 543-0426 A 







THE TIME 
IS NOWill 



1$ roue 4«ous[ too 
CMMm ran raw u- 

RiIYUHSItOM»T»Oe 
DOCS YOU* lOOf 1{MR 
ANOMMTASOUTVOUII 
OUTIf UNO? OOf S IT 
WOM AS WEU AS IT 
SHOUtm 

DO rOU GO CIA2\ 

COOHNC M A KITCtCN 
IHArS TOO SMAU? IS 

vou* ixTiaio* IN 

GOOD SH*r{ OK IS 

TNftE eooM Foa iM 

mu. 

NOW «K)uiD Yoirun 

K> MCKASE THE VAUX 

OS roue homet amd 

AT ml lAME TMAE MAIS 
IT A KTTCI HACE to 
UVE 



CALL BVRT8R IVRIBER C8. 

545.4613 
FOR FRB BTIMATB 

We «wi sefce eey pteMm fmi fcoM? 

• ikaiiiiaun Hiini ' f "*-^ 

• CerewHry • to a Jiwi • G uMe r hig 
e Any Mi a# Iomn 

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B-l -- Tte iiMi. Ju. ». iy?5 

Grant 
creates 

12 jobs 

Virginia Beach's emer- 
gency Jobs program, fun- 
-<ted^ t>y-4fr' | »2 , 480 federa l — 



grant, will take an even 
dozen workers off miem- 
ployment rolls l»etore Va- 
lentine's Day. 

The city must hire the 
first employes undei' the 
program, which is funded 
by the U.S. Department of 
Lat)or through the South- 
eastern TidewaterArea 
Manpower Authority, by the 
end of this week. 

Jilost of the positions, 
with average annual sala- 
ries of $6,870, are for 
jobs requiring limited , 
skills, including five clerk - 
typists, a clinic aide, three 
security guards, a library 
trainee and two firefight- 
ers. 

To qualify, job appli- 
cants must have been with- 
out j(4>s for at least 30 
days. Positions will be 
funded for 12 months un- 
der the program. 

"We're trying to hire 
people and fit them into 
the system," said Per- 
sonnel Director Phyllis 
Hitchler. Hopefully, the in- , 
dividuals will be absorbed 
into the regular city staff 
before the program is end- 
ed. 

Each ' department made 
requests for the additional 
staff, and the Personnel 
Department distributed the 
new employes where they 
were needed. 

The Social Services De- 
partment will receive three 
,aids to help with a work 
backlog there processing 
aiq>lications for welfare 
and other assistance pro- 
grams. 

The Health Department 
will add two employes, a 
clerk typist and a •«linic 
aide. 

■ Three security guards 
will help patrol Mount 
Trashmore for the Parks 
and Recreation Depart- 
ment, which has reported 
vandalism problems in the 
area. 

The libraries asked fbr 
a library assistant trainee, 
wblle the "Personnel De-* 
partment will work with > 
another clerk typist ontbe ,;, 
staff. The Fire Department 
will have a pair of tire- 
fighters. 

Many city departments 
are understaffed, Mrs. 
Hitchler reported, so the 
new positions will t>e put 
to good use. She added, 
"We are trying to get as 
much for our mraey as we 
can." 

CAMPFDtE 

New board members of 
the Tidewater Council of 
Camp Fire Girls will be 
elected at the organiza- 
tion's aimual board meet- 
ing at 8 tonight in St. 
Nicholas Church, 644 Lit- 
tle Neck Road. Camp Fire 
leaders, assistants and 
sponsors are invited to the 
t)oard meeting. 

AUXILIABT POUCE 

The Virginia Beach Aux- 
iliary Police will hold their 
annual banquet at6:30p.m. 
Feb, 8 at the Fort Story 
Officers Club. 



ROUND-UP 




By An HatcUMin ' 



Selling a vacation cottage? 
Find out if it can be mort- 
gaged. If so, you can sell 
it more easily, and get a 
b^ber price. 

Roof leak? If you can get 
to the underside of ycKir 
roof, look for source near 
the lead (daylight may 
show). Poke a loi%, thin 
wire through, to mark the 
spot when you repair from 
the top. 

With wallpaper on plywood 
panels^ you can create a 
window treatment, or a 
standing screen. 
Running away to sea? First 
list with "Herm" West 
Realty and let us sell your 
bouse on land. Our profes- 
sional staff will handle all 
the details, and get you 
t(9 dollar. 

CAU 

VaBtadt 

4Si-UH) 

Mags Head, N.C 

919-441-6665 




If you're a regular Ponderosa customer, we don't have to sell you 
on the quality of our food, our low prices, or our friendly service. 

All you need to know is that now you don't have to go as far to 
get to Ponderosa, because there's a new one right nearby. 

If you've never been to Ponderosa, all you need to know is that 
you get a complete steak dinner-steak, baked potato, tossed salad 
with your choice of dressing, and a warm roll with biitter-all for 
as little as $1.63 for chopped steak to $2.95 for a T-bone. 

"feu also get the feehng that everyone at Ponderosa is very happy 
to see you, so nowthat we're in the neighborhood, why not drop by. 

Floiidm>sa^\li^Ma Beadi 

On Independence Boulevard across from Haygood Shopping Center 



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